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Diabetic foot biomechanics

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, May 31, 2011.

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    Gait characteristics in older adults with diabetes and impaired fasting glucose: The Rotterdam Study.
    Maksimovic A et al
    J Diabetes Complications. 2015 Oct 20
     
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    Gait characteristics in older adults with diabetes and impaired fasting glucose: The Rotterdam Study.
    Maksimovic A et al
    J Diabetes Complications. 2015 Oct 20
     
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    Muscle activation patterns related to diabetic neuropathy in elderly subjects: A Functional Reach Test study
    E. Maranesi, F. Di Nardo, R.A. Rabini, G.G. Ghetti, L. Burattini, O. Mercante, S. Fioretti
    Clinical Biomechanics; Article in Press
     
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    Muscle and Joint Factors Associated With Forefoot Deformity in the Diabetic Neuropathic Foot
    Victor A. Cheuy et al
    Foot & Ankle International December 14, 2015
     
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    Biomechanical Risk Factors for Tripping During Obstacle-Crossing with the Trailing Limb in Patients with Type II Diabetes Mellitus
    Wei-Chun Hsu, Ming-Wei Liu, Tung-Wu Lu
    Gait and Posture; Article in Press
     
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    Intralimb Coordination Patterns in Absent, Mild, and Severe Stages of Diabetic Neuropathy: Looking Beyond Kinematic Analysis of Gait Cycle
    Liu Chiao Yi, Cristina D. Sartor, Francis Trombini Souza, Isabel C. N. Sacco
    PLoS ONE 11(1): e0147300
     
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    Metatarsophalangeal Hyperextension Movement Pattern Related to Diabetic Forefoot Deformity.
    Cheuy VA, Hastings MK, Mueller MJ.
    Phys Ther. 2016 Feb 25
     
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    Altered joint moment strategy during stair walking in diabetes patients with and without peripheral neuropathy
    Steven J. Brownl, Joseph C. Handsaker, Constantinos N. Maganaris, Frank L. Bowling, Andrew J.M. Boulton, Neil D. Reeves
    Gait and Postue; Article in Press
     
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    Factors affecting the range of motion of the ankle and first metatarsophalangeal joints in patients undergoing hemodialysis who walk daily.
    Matsui N et al
    J Phys Ther Sci. 2016 May;28(5):1560-4. doi: 10.1589/jpts.28.1560. Epub 2016 May 31.
     
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    Metatarsophalangeal Hyperextension Movement Pattern Related to Diabetic Forefoot Deformity
    Victor A. Cheuy, Mary K. Hastings, Michael J. Mueller
    Physical Therapy; in press
     
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    Prevalence and awareness of functional and structural foot abnormalities in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes.
    Wever A, Schickenberg-Werrij BG, Willems J, Schaper NC, Schott DA.
    J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab. 2016 Aug 3.
     
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    Detecting intrinsic muscle weakness of the hallux as an addition to early-stage screening of the feet in patients with diabetes
    R. Mahieu, M.N.O. Coenen, T. van Bemmel, H.J. van der Zaag-Loonen, W.J. Theuvenet
    Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice ; September 2016Volume 119, Pages 83–87
     
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    Relationship between limited joint mobility of hand and diabetic foot risk in patients with type 2 diabetes.
    Mineoka Y et al
    J Diabetes. 2016 Aug 16. doi: 10.1111/1753-0407.12460
     
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    Kinetics and kinematics of diabetic foot in type 2 diabetes mellitus with and without peripheral neuropathy: a systematic review and meta-analysis
    Hazari, A., Maiya, A.G., Shivashankara, K.N. et al.
    SpringerPlus (2016) 5: 1819. doi:10.1186/s40064-016-3405-9
     
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    Anlysis of foot biomechanics characteristic in 303 patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus
    Li WX et al
    Nan Fang Yi Ke Da Xue Xue Bao. 2016 Oct 20;36(10):1410-1416.
     
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    The prevention of diabetic foot ulceration: how biomechanical research informs clinical practice.
    DiLiberto FE, Baumhauer JF, Nawoczenski DA
    Braz J Phys Ther. 2016 Nov 8:0. doi: 10.1590/bjpt-rbf.2014.0195
     
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    Static and Dynamic Predictors of Foot Progression Angle in Individuals with and without Diabetes Mellitus and Peripheral Neuropathy.
    Merriwether EN et al
    Ann Gerontol Geriatr Res. 2016;3(2). pii: 1038
     
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    The prevention of diabetic foot ulceration: how biomechanical research informs clinical practice
    Frank E DiLiberto, Judith F Baumhauer, Deborah A Nawoczenski
    Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy 2016 November 16, 20 (5): 375-383
     
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    A mathematical model of the effect of metabolic control on joint mobility in young type 1 diabetic subjects.
    Francia P. et al.
    In: Badnjevic A. (eds) CMBEBIH 2017. IFMBE Proceedings, vol 62. Springer, Singapore
    Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder representing one of the main problems for the global public health. The impairment of metabolic control can influence periarticular tissue and other major risk factors of limited joint mobility (LJM) also in young type 1 diabetic patients. LJM is a widespread phenomenon in diabetic patients and it is often characterized by ankle stiffness. In particular, a deficit of ankle joint mobility may occur with the onset of the disease; later, this deficit tends to deteriorate in presence of a poor glycemic control. We hypothesized a mathematical model of diabetes mellitus long-term effects, assuming that a reduced metabolic control affects joint mobility according with a Gaussian function: it requires some time for developing a reduction of joint mobility, that persists for a stable period, before fading out with time (in case metabolic control has been recovered). A non-linear optimization estimated the model parameters for obtaining the best fit over a set of patients. Results are in good accordance with empirical estimates: lack of control needs to persist for at least a few months before generating a sensible effect, that persists for up to one year.
     
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    Altered leverage around the ankle in people with diabetes: A natural strategy to modify the muscular contribution during walking?
    Petrovic M et al
    Gait Posture. 2017 May 19;57:85-90. doi: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2017.05.016.
     
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    History, prevalence and assessment of limited joint mobility: from stiff hand syndrome to diabetic foot ulcer prevention.
    Francia P et al
    Curr Diabetes Rev. 2017 Aug 16. doi: 10.2174/1573399813666170816142731.
     
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    A methodological framework for detecting ulcers’ risk in diabetic foot subjects by combining gait analysis, a new musculoskeletal foot model and a foot finite element model
    Alessandra Scarton et al
    Gait and Posture; Article in Press
     
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    Diabetic Neuropathy and Gait: A Review.
    Alam U et al
    Diabetes Ther. 2017 Sep 1. doi: 10.1007/s13300-017-0295-y.
     
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