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sway

to rock, teeter, wobble, or swing back and forth.
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Dependence of visual stabilization of postural sway on the cortical magnification factor of restricted visual fields.
The limits of stability, therefore, are a two-dimensional quantity defining the maximum possible COG sway angle beyond which a fall occurs.
The results revealed significant interaction between groups and postural tasks, and the body sway parameters of the dancer group were higher than those of the non-dancer group, especially those associated with visual restriction.
However, AS patients had more sway while standing on firm base when compared to the healthy subjects when eyes closed (p=0.
Analysis of the sway ratio QH/V as primary endpoint: patients showed a reduced quotient of 0.
Designed for the connected world, Sway is your answer to the perfect assignment, be it in your school, college, office or just for a leisure blog you want to write to express yourself.
The blog also added that an updated build of Sway for iPhone is now ready for download in Australia and in New Zealand.
But without the sway bar, the car will not handle and corner as well, or as comfortably for the driver and passengers, and your son will have to get used to driving slower on turns.
We developed an apparatus that relies on the perception of support but allows the patient to encounter and control his or her sway characteristics.
After Selden finished thrilling the audience on the sway pole, he would dismount from it by executing a stunt called a "Slide for Life.
The SOT is based on the sensory conflict hypothesis, in which the individuals are challenged with conflicting unreliable visual and proprioceptive sensory information using the sway referencing visual surround and support of the Neurocom Equitest and thereby creating six sensory testing conditions.