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Two patients with subacute myelo-optico-neuropathy (SMON) were evaluated by using the functional reach test (FRT) in the standing position, and by measuring the gait speed for 10m before and after strength training of the triceps surae muscles through calf-raise training in the standing position. The reach distance in FRT and the walking speed after strength training of the triceps surae muscles through calf raising were improved compared with those before the calf-raise training in bothdoi:10.15436/2475-6245.17.014 fatcat:tkuknzohcfbwzkqamdl2g4545u