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Fig. 2

From: Effects of extended powered knee prosthesis stance time via visual feedback on gait symmetry of individuals with unilateral amputation: a preliminary study

Fig. 2

With visual feedback, stance time increased (to a lesser extent on the intact side), improving stance time symmetry. a Stance time in seconds shown for both devices. Blue corresponds to the intact limb, and red corresponds to the amputated limb. b Stance time asymmetry index with mean values labeled and subjects distinguished by point characters (S1–5). All point characters represent the mean of 9 strides from each trial, and the lines connect the means. Subject 5 was not included in the means, as she did not have a passive prosthesis

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