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    • A STUDY OF THE USE OF COMPENSATION MOTIONS WHEN USING PROSTHETIC WRISTS 

      Zinck, A.; Kyberd, P.; Hill, W.; Bush, G.; Stavdahl, Ø.; Biden, E.; Fraser, K. (2008)
      It is well known that the functional capability of a prosthetic hand is less than that of the natural hand and thus it cannot perform the majority of the tasks a natural hand does, as well or as easily. Of the many consequences ...
    • USING GROSS MOTOR ACTIVITIES TO ASSESS UPPER LIMB PROSTHETIC FUNCTION 

      Biden, E.; Ross, M.; Chester, V.; Bush, G.; Hill, W.; Tingley, M.; MacPhee, B.; ... (8 authors) (2005)
      For children with unilateral below elbow limb loss, many of the activities for which a prosthesis is of value involve gross motor function during play. To assess function in these activities we studied normally limbed children ...