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blind stork test


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A test of balance. The subject with eyes closed stands upright for as long as possible on a firm surface, hands on hips, weight supported on the stronger leg, and the sole of other foot resting against the knee of the supporting leg. Balancing ability is reflected by how long the subject can maintain the one-legged stance without moving the supporting foot.

blind stork test

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