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Table 3 Minimum (clockwise rotation) and maximum (counter-clockwise rotation) segmental angles

From: Gait training with partial body weight support during overground walking for individuals with chronic stroke: a pilot study

Outcome measures Before gait training After gait training
  Nonparetic Paretic Nonparetic Paretic
Foot angle (degrees)     
Minimum* 101.45 ± 8.56** 117.52 ± 15.06** 96.13 ± 13.12** 115.24 ± 12.85**
Maximum* 161.17 ± 5.30 155.76 ± 5.56 163.36 ± 6.83 160.47 ± 6.56
Shank angle (degrees)     
Minimum* 46.32 ± 5.81** 62.80 ± 9.74** 43.62 ± 6.45** 58.88 ± 10.15**
Maximum* 97.97 ± 4.95 96.99 ± 5.46 99.87 ± 5.98 99.09 ± 4.45
Thigh angle (degrees)     
Minimum* 84.03 ± 4.08 85.88 ± 6.98 81.68 ± 5.64 83.15 ± 7.63
Maximum 115.81 ± 2.88 112.95 ± 4.53 116.55 ± 2.80 115.75 ± 3.83
Trunk angle (degrees)     
Minimum 79.89 ± 3.61** 75.58 ± 4.45** 79.79 ± 2.71** 76.00 ± 5.99**
Maximum 88.41 ± 3.96 88.71 ± 4.80 89.11 ± 3.85 90.65 ± 4.69
  1. Mean (± SD) values of outcome measures during stride cycle. Note: * significant differences (P < 0.05) between evaluations; ** significant differences (P < 0.05) between sides of the body