Measurement of cervical inter-vertebral motion with quantitative fluoroscopy: Observer and intra-subject repeatability

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Authors: Branney, J.N. and Breen, A.C.

http://www.statistics-group.nihr.ac.uk/events/past-events/nihr-statistical-group-imaging-in-translation-research-meeting---1-october-2013-1

Start date: 1 October 2013

This study aimed to calculate the repeatability of QF in the measurement of rotational IV-ROM in the cervical spine in the sagittal plane. Substantial observer repeatability was demonstrated for QF measurement of cervical spine rotational IV-ROM in the sagittal plane. The repeatability coefficients (intra-subject repeatability) can be used as cut-off values for measuring IV-ROM change in outcomes or prognosis studies of the cervical spine.

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