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mds22250.mpg10843KLEGENDS TO THE VIDEO Segment 1. Patient 2, showing abnormal gait, somewhat mimicking spastic gait disturbance in diplegia. Note marked toe walking as an effort to prevent pain caused by stretching of the calf muscles (see also video 1). Segment 2. Patient 3, who presented with unusual extent of toe walking (prima ballerina like), which allows him to prevent his calf muscles from being stretched. Contraction seems not to cause any pain.

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