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jws-mds.21371.mpg13507KSegment 1. Loss of balance (falling backwards) and disorganization of trunk and leg movements dominate patient's gait pattern. The patient needs help of a person and a crutch to walk, with a short-stepped and mildly wide-based gait, as well as a slightly adducted, inverted posture of his right foot.Segment 2. The patient, with his tumor in remission, features normal gait and no abnormal posturing of his right leg.

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