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Synonyms for gait

Synonyms for gait

the rate of moving (especially walking or running)


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The physical exam was unremarkable except for antalgic gait and tenderness of the anterior thighs, which were also moderately firm and warm to the touch.
The subject with an ineffective height-based cadence setting exhibited an antalgic gait pattern, which changed from trial to trial.
Note antalgic gait, unsymmetrical strides, aberrant movement patterns, and excessive twisting, rotating, or lateral movement.
For example, limb pain can cause a child to walk with an antalgic gait.
For example, an antalgic gait at the time of injury may lead to muscle inhibition or atrophy and if the activation of gluteus maximus is delayed, pelvic stability may become compromised.
Within the same week, all affected children had onset of fever, and antalgic gait.