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Functional Gait Disorders
Neurol 94:1093-1099, Nonnekes, J.,et al, 2020
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Article Abstract
Establishing a diagnosis is based not primarily in excluding organic gait disorders but instead predominantly on recognizing positive clinical features of functional gait disorders, such as an antalgic, a buckling, or a waddling gait. We identify 7 groups of supportive gait signs that can signal the presence of functional gait disorders. For each group of signs, we highlight how specific clinical tests can bring out the inconsistencies and incongruencies that further point to a functional gait disorder.
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