Spine kineamtics: a digital videofluoroscopic technique

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Authors: Breen, A.C., Allen, R. and Morris, A.

Journal: J Biomed Eng

Volume: 11

Issue: 3

Pages: 224-228

ISSN: 0141-5425

It is notoriously difficult to quantify the kinematic behaviour of vertebral segments in the assessment and localization of mechanical disorders of the spine. This paper describes the use of an image processor and an X-ray machine with image intensifier for the measurement of lumbar spine angular rotation and instantaneous centres of rotation in the coronal plane. The system was calibrated against a model under realistic conditions employing multiplanar motion and X-ray scatter.

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Authors: Breen, A.C., Allen, R. and Morris, A.

Journal: Journal of Biomedical Engineering

Volume: 11

Issue: 3

Pages: 224-228

ISSN: 0141-5425

DOI: 10.1016/0141-5425(89)90146-5

It is notoriously difficult to quantify the kinematic behaviour of vertebral segments in the assessment and localization of mechanical disorders of the spine. This paper describes the use of an image processor and an X-ray machine with image intensifier for the measurement of lumbar spine angular rotation and instantaneuous centres of rotation in the coronal plane. The system was calibrated against a model under realistic conditions employing multiplanar motion and X-ray scatter. © 1989.

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Authors: BREEN, A.C., ALLEN, R. and MORRIS, A.

Journal: JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Volume: 11

Issue: 3

Pages: 224-228

ISSN: 0141-5425

DOI: 10.1016/0141-5425(89)90146-5

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Authors: Breen, A.C., Allen, R. and Morris, A.

Journal: Journal of biomedical engineering

Volume: 11

Issue: 3

Pages: 224-228

ISSN: 0141-5425

It is notoriously difficult to quantify the kinematic behaviour of vertebral segments in the assessment and localization of mechanical disorders of the spine. This paper describes the use of an image processor and an X-ray machine with image intensifier for the measurement of lumbar spine angular rotation and instantaneous centres of rotation in the coronal plane. The system was calibrated against a model under realistic conditions employing multiplanar motion and X-ray scatter.

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