Quantification of soft tissue artefact in motion analysis by combining 3D fluoroscopy and stereophotogrammetry: a study on two subjects.
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Mar 01, 2005
In both the analysed subjects the proximal thigh showed the largest soft tissue artefact. This is subject- and task-specific. However, larger artefact does not necessarily produce larger propagated error on knee rotations. Propagated errors were extremely critical on ab/adduction and internal/external rotation. These large errors can nullify the usefulness of these variables in the clinical interpretation of gait analysis.
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