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Gait.

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Description

Roll F - Gait. The following titles and description is taken from the Institute of Neurology cinefilm catalogue. "Gait: A number of types of gait disturbances are shown. Included are the gait disturbancve seen in hemiplegia, bilateral spasticity, marche petits pas, Parkinsonism, cerebellar ataxia, tabes dorsalis and bilateral dropped feet (10 min.) / Disturbance of gait: A series of short clips to illustrate types of gait. Spastic, ataxic, Parkinsonian, dystonic, foot-drop, apractic and hysterical gaits are all shown (6 min.) / March a petits pas: The film shows a typical example of marche a petits pas occurring in an elderly gentleman. Despite the gait he could march on the spot and climb stairs easily. Lines on the floor and other manoeuvres are shown correcting his gait (4.5 min.)"

Publication/Creation

London : Institute of Neurology, Date unknown.

Physical description

1 videocassette (Digibeta) (55 min.) : silent, color, PAL.
2 videocassettes (1" C) (55 min.) : silent, color, PAL.
2 DVDs (55 min.) : silent, color, PAL.

Notes

The Institute of Neurology Cinefilm Library comprises 97 short, silent, monochrome and colour studies of individual case-histories from the National Hospital for Nervous Diseases selected and compiled by Professor John Marshall, former Professor of Clinical Neurology in the University of London, providing an invaluable visual record of the clinical features of nervous disease. The original films existed as a collection of unedited 16mm films until January 1989 when the Wellcome Trust had the films cleaned, re-edited and copied onto video. The videocopied Cinefilm Library includes 94 of the 97 original films, grouped according to their clinical subject matter into 14 rolls, varying from 20 - 80 minutes in length. Each roll includes one or two major clinical subject-grouping, each of the videotapes features one roll.

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Institute of Neurology

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