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슬개대퇴통증증후군(PFPS) 유무에 따른 근횡단면적과 표면 근전도, 최대근력의 차이 분석

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홍완기 박철희
Issued Date
2020-02
Keyword
Patellofemoral pain syndrome(PFPS) MRI sEMG Cross-Sectional Area(CSA)
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to raise the basis of efficient exerciser methods for Patellofemoral pain syndrome(PFPS) patients by examining the area of the transverse section of the thighs, maximum muscle strength, and surface nearness that appears when the maximum muscle force is displayed. Forty-two adult women were tested for MRI, constant muscle function test, and surface near field (EMGs). The derived results were compared and analyzed as a stand-alone sample t-test. The conclusions drawn are as follows First, there was no statistical difference in the area of the proximal cross section (PCA) according to the existence of PFPS, but a relatively high tendency was shown in the normal group. Second, with or without PFPS, there was no statistical difference in maximal muscular activity (sEMG) of the thighs. Third, statistical difference of maximal muscle of femoral according to the presence of PFPS was shown, and knee renal forearm was high in normal group and high in oysters/sin ratio.
Alternative Title
Analysis of the difference between the area of the cross section area and the surface EMG and the Maximum muscle strength according to the presence of the patellofemoral pain syndrome
Alternative Author(s)
Hong, Wan-Ki Park, Cheol-Hee
Department
Dept. of Physical Education
Publisher
한국체육과학회
Citation
홍완기. (2020-02). 슬개대퇴통증증후군(PFPS) 유무에 따른 근횡단면적과 표면 근전도, 최대근력의 차이 분석. 한국체육과학회지, 29(1), 803-811. doi: 10.35159/kjss.2020.02.29.1.803
Type
Journal paper
ISSN
1226-0258
DOI
10.35159/kjss.2020.02.29.1.803
URI
https://oak.chosun.ac.kr/handle/2020.oak/18607
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