Isometric Muscle Strength Measurement
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0++H 4.76 Age-dependent percentile abduction age-dependent median Age-dependent percentile curves ankle exten ankle flexors B-splines border as close cervical spine curves for grip curves for strength dermatomyositis distal border elbow exten elbow flexed examination table external ro flexed at 90 Functional muscle group gender-specific Grip bar grip strength H 0 Age hip abductors hip extensors hip external hip flexors hip internal ro Hip internal rotation i i i i i i i 20 30 isometric muscle strength knee exten knee flexors maximal isometric muscle median curve Place the band polymyositis pronators rank correlation coefficient Shoulder adduction shoulder flex shoulder inter Shoulder internal rotation slowly Spearman rank correlation Stoll Strength N strength of ankle strength of cervical strength of elbow strength of hip strength of knee strength of rotators strength of shoulder strength of supinators strength of wrist Strength values Stucki wrist exten wrist flexors
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