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Such dislocation causes soft tissue damage to the joint capsule and to the
ligaments. It may also tear the joint's meniscus. In addition, the external pterygoid
muscle may be stretched, with resultant muscle spasms. Many patients are then ...
STANCE PHASE Most of the problems in stance phase result in pain and cause
the patient to walk with an antalgic gait: He remains on the involved extremity for
as short a time as is possible, and he may try to avoid the painful component ...
During gait, the gluteus medius acts much as a tie rod since it prevents the
unsupported hip from dropping and causing instability. If the gluteus medius
muscle is weak, the patient may exhibit the characteristic Trendelenburg, or
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