Chapter 17: The Lower Extremities

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Chapter 17: The Lower Extremities
Table 17-1: Methods Used to Evaluate Impairments of the Lower Extremities
Table 17-2: Guide to the Appropriate Combination of Evaluation Methods
Table 17-3: Whole Person Impairment Values Calculated From Lower Extremity Impairment
Table 17-4: Impairment Due to Limb Length Discrepancy
Table 17-5: Lower Limb Impairment Due to Gait Derangement
Table 17-6: Impairment Due to Unilateral Leg Muscle Atrophy
Table 17-7: Criteria for Grades of Muscle Functions of the Lower Extremity
Table 17-8: Impairment Due to Lower Extremity Muscle Weakness
Table 17-9: Hip Motion Impairment
Table 17-10: Knee Impairment
Table 17-11: Ankle Motion Impairment Estimates
Table 17-12: Hindfoot Impairment Estimates
Table 17-13: Ankle or Hindfoot Deformity Impairments
Table 17-14: Toe Impairments
Table 17-15: Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Hip Flexion
Table 17-16: Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Hip Internal Rotation
Table 17-17: Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Hip External Rotation
Table 17-18: Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Hip Abduction
Table 17-19: Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Hip Abduction
Table 17-20: Impairment Due to Knee Ankylosis in Varus
Table 17-15: Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Hip Flexion
Table 17-20: Impairment Due to Knee Ankylosis in Varus
Table 17-21: Impairment Due to Knee Ankylosis in Valgus
Table 17-22: Impairment Due to Knee Ankylosis in Flexion
Table 17-23: Impairment Due to Knee Ankylosis in Internal or External Malrotation
Table 17-24: Ankle Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Plantar Flexion or Dorsiflexion
Table 17-25: Ankle Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Varus Position
Table 17-26: Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Varus Position
Table 17-27: Impairment Due to Ankylosis in Internal Malrotation
Table 17-28: Impairment Due to Ankylosis in External Malrotation
Table 17-29: Impairments for the Loss of Tibia-Os Calcis Angle
Table 17-30: Impairment of the Foot Due to Ankylosis of Toes
Table 17-31: Arthritis Impairments Based on Roentgenographically Determined Cartilage Intervals
Table 17-32: Impairment Estimates for Amputations
Table 17-33: Impairment Estimates for Certain Lower Extremity Impairments
Table 17-34: Rating Hip Replacement Results
Table 17-35: Rating Knee Replacement Results
Table 17-36: Impairments for Skin Loss
Table 17-37: Impairments Due to Nerve Defects
Table 17-38: Lower Extremity Impairment Due to Peripheral Vascular Disease
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