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Ankle Dorsiflexion in Childhood Cancer Patients

Discussion in 'Pediatrics' started by NewsBot, Mar 8, 2015.

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    Ankle Dorsiflexion in Childhood Cancer Patients: A Review of the Literature.
    Beulertz, Julia Dipl; Wurz, Amanda MSc; Culos-Reed, Nicole PhD; Chamorro Viña, Carolina PhD; Bloch, Wilhelm MD; Baumann, Freerk T. PhD
    Cancer Nursing: February 27, 2015
     
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    Limitations in Ankle Dorsiflexion Range of Motion, Gait, and Walking Efficiency in Childhood Cancer Survivors.
    Beulertz, Julia Dipl; Bloch, Wilhelm Prof Dr; Prokop, Aram Dr Dr; Rustler, Vanessa MA; Fitzen, Christina BA; Herich, Lena Dr; Streckmann, Fiona Dr; Baumann, Freerk T. Dr
    Cancer Nursing: April 15, 2015
     
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    Wow. This puts perspective on the role of therapists helping to maintain condition during chemo and potentially the posture that children (or any person) may hold while very unwell and non-ambulating.

    I hope they do a follow up to see if the range is changed with general activity. Much of the gait changes could be related to wasting and lasting side effect of chemo. Hmmm.......
     
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