Functional and Proprioceptive Status in Patients With Hemophilic Ankle Arthropathy. A Case-control Study

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    Investigación en Hemofilia y Fisioterapia
Updated on 27 January 2023
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Summary

Introduction: Hemophilic ankle arthropathy is manifested by functional degenerative alterations (muscle strength deficit, mobility and proprioception), intra-articular and chronic pain.

Design: Case-control study. Objective: To observe the differences between patients with hemophilic ankle arthropathy and their healthy peers, regarding dorsiflexion, dorsiflexion strength, anterior tibial muscle activation, biomechanical analysis of gait and balance, and functionality.

Patients: 16 patients with hemophilic ankle arthropathy and 16 healthy subjects without ankle joint damage.

Measurement instruments and study variables: dorsiflexion (range of motion), dorsiflexion strength (dynamometry), anterior tibial muscle activation (surface electromyography), biomechanical analysis of gait and balance (RS SCAN® model platform), and functionality (2 Minute Walk Test).

Expected results: Analyze the main differences and their relationship based on the clinical and independent variables of patients with hemophilia, compared to their healthy peers.

Details
Condition Haemophilia
Treatment Hemophilia group
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05425888
SponsorInvestigación en Hemofilia y Fisioterapia
Last Modified on27 January 2023

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