THE RESPONSE OF THE QUADRICEPS FEMORIS TO PROGRESSIVE-RESISTANCE EXERCISES IN POLIOMYELITIC PATIENTS


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Abstract

The qualitative and quantitative evidence presented supports the hypothesis that, following acute anterior poliomyelitis, the remaining innervated muscles respond to proressive-resistance exercises by an increase in strength and work capacity in much the same manner as normal muscles.

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