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EXAMINATION OF RELATED AREAS Since the shoulder is a classic area for
referred pain, it is necessary in a complete examination to include an
examination of those areas known to refer pain to it. A coronary (myocardial
infarction) may ...
With pain, advancing age, fatigue, or pathology within the lower extremity, the
length of the steps may decrease (Fig. 3) . 6. The average adult walks at a
cadence of approximately 90 to 120 steps per minute, with an average energy
cost of only ...
Normally there should be either no reaction at all, or the patient should complain
of pain. Under abnormal circumstances, the reaction is the same as for the
Babinski test: The great toe extends while the other toes plantar flex and splay.
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