Posterior view of the limbs. Thermograms of a young subject (a, b, c, d). The right limb was the exercised one: (a) pre-exercise; (b) (0′) = immediately after exercise; (c) 2 min post-exercise; (d) 4 min post-exercise. Dashed lines demark the knee and superior limit of the thigh; rectangle = area of the temperature measurement; R = right and L = left
This area was identified by visual inspection of the image
exhibited in the monitor screen in an equidistant position between
the knee and superior limits of the thigh and between lateral and
medial limits of the thigh from each subject (Fig. 1 c).
Moreover, there was a similar pattern of higher temperature
concentration on the exercised limbs after exercise (Fig. 1
The cooling of the contralateral limb can also be observed in the
thermograms of young subjects (Fig. 1 )..
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