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Bone strength data, kinematic and kinetic overground walking data, and simulation results from 16 independently ambulatory children with spina bifida and 16 age- and sex-matched children with typical development.


Experimental motion capture and bone strength data and simulation results from 16 independently ambulatory children with spina bifida and 16 age- and sex-matched children with typical development. Additional motion capture and EMG data and simulation results for 6 independently ambulatory children with spina bifida and 1 child with typical development. Custom scripts were used to calculate joint kinematics, moments, and forces. Post-simulation analyses were conducted to compare these waveforms between the group with spina bifida and the group with typical development.

The manuscript using these data and simulations can be found here:
Lee MR, Hicks JL, Wren TAL, and Delp SL (2022). Independently ambulatory children with spina bifida experience near-typical joint moments and forces during walking. medRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.06.02.22275843

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