Parkinsonian gait


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Parkinsonian gait

A slow, shuffling, short-stepped gait, which is typical of pyramidal tract disease, prototypically occurring in Parkinson’s disease.
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We sought to examine the effect of a wearable, closed-loop, visual-auditory cueing system on parkinsonian gait in the "off" state, when the magnitude of gait impairment is expected to be largest.
McIntosh GC, Thaut MH, Rice RR, Miller RA: Stride frequency modulation in parkinsonian gait using rhythmic auditory stimulation.
Our recent work exploring the effects of concurrent music on steady-state parkinsonian gait has provided further support regarding the dual and multitask limitations experienced by people with PD [10].
We recently showed that the SAM is accurate in measuring Parkinsonian gait [9].