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Computerized posturograhy for data analysis and mathematical modelling of postural sway during different two-legged and one-legged human stance.
Balance after stapedectomy: the measurement of spontaneous sway by posturography.
Control and stability of the complex inverted pendulum models in application to postural sway analysis of the vertical human stance.
Computerized posturography with sway frequency analysis: Application in occupational and environmental health.
Posturographic evidence of nonorganic sway patterns in normal subjects, patients, and suspected malingerers.
Instability manifests as an exaggeration of the COG sway and is the expression of the difficulty encountered in resisting the destabilizing effects of gravity.
The amplitude of the COG sway, therefore, is representative of an individual's difficulty in achieving balance, and the amplitude and velocity of the sway are proportional to the difficulty experienced counteracting gravity.
The COG sway can be measured by computer analysis of information received from a forceplate on which stands the individual to be evaluated.
Visual input: Its importance in the control of postural sway.
Variations in balance and body sway in middle-aged adults: Subjects with healthy backs compared with subjects with low-back dysfunction.
Quantification of postural sway in normals and patients with cerebellar diseases.