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Mov Sport Sci/Sci Mot
Number 85, 2014/3
Isocinétisme et fonction musculaire : de la prévention à la réhabilitation – Isokinetic and muscle function: from prevention to rehabilitation
Page(s) 15 - 21
Published online 16 December 2013
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