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Wael Maktouf, Sylvain Durand, Bruno Beaune and Sébastien Boyas

autonomy, that is, their ability to perform daily living activities. 2 Obesity increases the body segmentsmass and changes body geometry (eg, waist and hip circumferences) resulting in daily activity limitations. 3 , 4 Obesity is also associated with postural instability in eyes opened and eyes closed