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Published on 20.06.16 in Vol 5, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Relationship Between Difficulties in Daily Activities and Falling: Loco-Check as a Self-Assessment of Fall Risk"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.5590):

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  1. Akahane M, Maeyashiki A, Tanaka Y, Imamura T. The impact of musculoskeletal diseases on the presence of locomotive syndrome. Modern Rheumatology 2019;29(1):151
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  2. Shigematsu H, Tanaka M, Munemoto M, Kawasaki S, Iwata E, Okuda A, Masuda K, Yamamoto Y, Suga Y, Tanaka Y. Affirmative answers on loco-check as a predictor of health-related quality of life and locomotive syndrome progression in the elderly: A cross-sectional study. Modern Rheumatology 2019;:1
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  3. Shigematsu H, Tanaka M, Kawasaki S, Iwata E, Masuda K, Morimoto Y, Yamamoto Y, Tanaka Y. Loco-check presents a useful tool to determine health-related quality of life in elderly people with lumbar spinal stenosis. Journal of Orthopaedic Science 2019;24(4):715
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  4. Yurube T, Ito M, Takeoka T, Watanabe N, Inaoka H, Kakutani K, Kuroda R, Nishida K. Possible Improvement of the Sagittal Spinopelvic Alignment and Balance through “Locomotion Training” Exercises in Patients with “Locomotive Syndrome”: A Literature Review. Advances in Orthopedics 2019;2019:1
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  5. Nakatoh S. Screening program including the Loco-check and fracture risk assessment tool (FRAX®) questionnaires for assessing locomotive syndrome in a municipality in Japan: A pilot study. Journal of Orthopaedic Science 2018;23(5):819
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  7. Akahane M, Matsumoto S, Kanagawa Y, Mitoma C, Uchi H, Yoshimura T, Furue M, Imamura T. Long-Term Health Effects of PCBs and Related Compounds: A Comparative Analysis of Patients Suffering from Yusho and the General Population. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 2018;74(2):203
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  8. Akahane M, Shimizu T, Inagaki Y, Kira T, Egawa T, Okuda A, Onishi T, Imamura T, Tanaka Y. Implantation of Bone Marrow Stromal Cell Sheets Derived from Old Donors Supports Bone Tissue Formation. Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine 2018;15(1):89
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  9. Kimura A, Takeshita K, Inoue H, Seichi A, Kawasaki Y, Yoshii T, Inose H, Furuya T, Takeuchi K, Matsunaga S, Seki S, Tsushima M, Imagama S, Koda M, Yamazaki M, Mori K, Nishimura H, Endo K, Yamada K, Sato K, Okawa A. The 25-question Geriatric Locomotive Function Scale predicts the risk of recurrent falls in postoperative patients with cervical myelopathy. Journal of Orthopaedic Science 2018;23(1):185
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  10. Akahane M, Yoshihara S, Maeyashiki A, Tanaka Y, Imamura T. Lifestyle factors are significantly associated with the locomotive syndrome: a cross-sectional study. BMC Geriatrics 2017;17(1)
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  11. Wu L, Sun D. Sleep duration and falls: a systemic review and meta-analysis of observational studies. Journal of Sleep Research 2017;26(3):293
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  12. Noge S, Ohishi T, Yoshida T, Kumagai H. Quantitative assessment of locomotive syndrome by the loco-check questionnaire in older Japanese females. Journal of Physical Therapy Science 2017;29(9):1630
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  13. Ito Y, Akahane M, Maeyashiki A, Ogawa T, Imamura T. Beneficiaries’ Willingness to Pay for Resuscitation Provided by Ambulance Attendants: A Survey Using the Contingent Valuation Approach. Health 2017;09(10):1367
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