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Figure 1

From: Changes in activation timing of knee and ankle extensors during gait are related to changes in heteronymous spinal pathways after stroke

Figure 1

Participants were seated with the hip flexed (80°), the knee slightly flexed (10°), the ankle slightly plantarflexed (110°) and the foot on a fixed platform on the tested side. Participants produced isometric plantarflexions. EMG activities at Sol (SOL EMG) and VL (VL EMG) were recorded. The FN was stimulated with a cathode at the femoral triangle and an anode on the postero-lateral aspect of the buttock (FN stimulation).

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