Ambulation

Scope Notes: Act of walking, including gait
Broader Term:
ICF I:
  • b7 NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL AND MOVEMENT-RELATED FUNCTIONS
  • s1 STRUCTURES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • s7 STRUCTURES RELATED TO MOVEMENT
  • d4 MOBILITY
  • e1 PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGY
ICF III:
  • b770 Gait pattern functions
  • s120 Spinal cord and related structures
  • s740 Structure of pelvic region
  • s750 Structure of lower extremity
  • s760 Structure of trunk
  • s770 Additional musculoskeletal structures related to movement
  • d450 Walking
  • d460 Moving around in different locations
  • d465 Moving around using equipment
  • e120 Products and technology for personal indoor and outdoor mobility and transportation
ICF IV:
  • s1200 Structure of spinal cord
  • s1201 Spinal nerves
  • s7400 Bones of pelvic region
  • s7401 Joints of pelvic region
  • s7402 Muscles of pelvic region
  • s7403 Ligaments and fasciae of pelvic region
  • s7500 Structure of thigh
  • s7501 Structure of lower leg
  • s7502 Structure of ankle and foot
  • s7600 Structure of vetebral column
  • s7601 Muscles of trunk
  • s7602 Ligaments and fasciae of trunk
  • s7700 Bones
  • s7701 Joints
  • s7702 Muscles
  • d4500 Walking short distances
  • d451 Walking long distances
  • d4502 Walking on different surfaces
  • d4503 Walking around obstacles
  • d4600 Moving around within the home
  • d4601 Moving around within buildings other than home
  • d4602 Moving around outside the home and other buildings
  • e1201 Assistive products and technology for personal indoor and outdoor mobility and transportation
ICF V:
  • s75000 Bones of thigh
  • s75001 Hip joint
  • s75002 Muscles of joint
  • s75003 Ligaments and fasciae of thigh
  • s75010 Bones of lower leg
  • s75011 Knee joint
  • s75012 Muscles of lower leg
  • s75013 Ligaments and fasciae of lower leg
  • s75020 Bones of ankle and foot
  • s75021 Ankle joint and joints of foot and toes
  • s75022 Muscles of ankle and foot
  • s75023 Ligaments and fasciae of ankle and foot
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