ULRDUpper Limb Reduction Deficiency
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Two unilateral prosthesis users with ULRD and one bilateral prosthesis user with AA had >0.5 logits difference between their three ability measures, which was equivalent to 5 percent of the sample.
Although bias-interaction analyses across sex and prosthetic side showed different bias sizes in most of the activities (Table 6), they were all within [+ or -]0.5 logits and did not differ significantly among males and females (p > 0.17) or among dominant and nondominant prosthesis users (ULRD p > 0.59; AA p > 0.33).
The only difference that was seen was a higher mean ability in ULRD than AA and this was probably due to the sample; there were relatively fewer full-time wearers in the AA group (50%) than the ULRD group (58%).