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The strength of these associations is probably underestimated to some extent, however, as the women with the most impaired gait, who were most often in the oldest age groups, could not undertake the gait assessment
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Balance abilities were measured via the Berg Balance Scale (BERG) , the functional gait assessment
(FGA) , and the Activities-Specific Balance Confidence (ABC) Scale .
Using an activity-based balance and gait assessment
they determined that abnormal scores on transfer, turning, and reaching tests were associated to perturbation of center of mass falls.
Amongst the various parameters of gait analysis, functional range of motion (FROM) is important for clinical gait assessment
of lower limb joints in walking, especially for evaluation and comparison of the effectiveness of various treatment modalities [25, 26].
MDS-UPDRS: Movement Disorder Society Unified Parkinson Disease Rating Scale; H&Y: Hoehn and Yahr stage; FOGQ: Freezing of Gait Questionnaire; GDS: Geriatric Depression Scale; PDQ-30: Parkinson Disease Questionnaire-39; FGA: Functional Gait Assessment
; ABC: Activities and Balance Confidence Scale; BEL: Beliefs about control over one's exercise behavior; CONF: confidence about maintaining an exercise program; EFFIC: self-efficacy exercise scale; SELF: self-selected gait speed; FAST: fast-as-possible gait speed; DIFF: difference between FAST and SELF.
Rats were subjected to gait assessment
at days 0 (baseline), 6, 21, and 42 after MCAO or sham surgery.