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Physical Exercise and Falls Trombetti, Andrea 2014
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Whole-brain grey matter density predicts balance stability irrespective of age and protects older adults from falling Boisgontier, Matthieu P.; Cheval, Boris; van Ruitenbeek, Peter; Levin, Oron; ... Swinnen, Stephan P. 2016
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Gait variability in multiple sclerosis: a better falls predictor than EDSS in patients with low disability Allali, Gilles; Laidet, Magali; Herrmann, François; Armand, Stéphane; ... Lalive d'Epinay, Patrice 2016
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Stride time variability as a marker for higher level of gait control in multiple sclerosis: its association with fear of falling Allali, Gilles; Laidet, Magali; Armand, Stéphane; Edelsten, Charlotte; ... Lalive d'Epinay, Patrice 2016
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Individual differences in brainstem and basal ganglia structure predict postural control and balance loss in young and older adults Boisgontier, Matthieu P.; Cheval, Boris; Chalavi, Sima; van Ruitenbeek, Peter; ... Swinnen, Stephan P. 2017
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Motoric cognitive risk syndrome and risk for falls, their recurrence, and postfall fractures: results from a prospective observational population-based cohort study Beauchet, Olivier; Sekhon, Harmehr; Schott, Anne-Marie; Rolland, Yves; ... Allali, Gilles 2019