Med -Walk backwards numb steps before error
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Then ask the subject to walk backwards for 20 steps. Count the number of steps made before any error occurs. An error occurs if the subject ceases to maintain toe-to heel or deviates from the line or moves either hand from hips. If an error is made in the first 5 steps, continue to count the number of steps until the next error.
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BCS70 Medical Examination (1986) Dataset - RE4AMed -Walk backwards numb steps before error
RESULT Number of consecutive steps taken before error (or between an error in the first 5 steps and the next error) ... steps