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Why spasticity affects the antigravitational muscles more while rigidity affects both similarly?

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Dr. Steven Giannotta answered

Specializes in Neurosurgery

It doesn't.: It's just more noticeable since walking is a much more complex and dangerous activity.

Answered 1/15/2013

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