Antalgic gait

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Antalgic gait is a form of gait abnormality where the stance phase of gait is abnormally shortened relative to the swing phase. It can be a good indication of pain with weight-bearing.[1]

Conditions associated with an antalgic gait [edit]

References [edit]

  1. ^ GP Notebook
  2. ^ CALVÉ et al. (1939). "PATHOGENESIS OF THE LIMP DUE TO COXALGIA: The Antalgic Gait". Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 21 (1): 12. 
  3. ^ Walter, Kevin D. (2011). "Hip" Chapter 199. In Marcdante K, Kliegman R, Jenson H, Behrman R (Ed.), Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics (6th ed.) pp. 744-45. Saunders Elsevier. ISBN 978-1-4377-0643-7
  4. ^ Garchar, D. J.; Lewis, J. E.; Didomenico, L. A. (2001). "Hypertrophic sustentaculum tali causing a tarsal tunnel syndrome: a case report" (PDF). The Journal of foot and ankle surgery : official publication of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons 40 (2): 110–112. doi:10.1016/S1067-2516(01)80053-3. PMID 11324667.  edit