Cantherine Disselhorst-Klug

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Although arm movements play an important role in everyday life, there is still a lack of procedures for the analysis of upper extremity movement. The main problems for standardizing the procedure are the variety of arm movements and the difficult assessment of external hand forces. The first problem requires the predefinition of motions, and the second one(More)
AIM Clinical assessment does not provide objective and quantitative evaluation of the shoulder function. Based on instrumental gait analysis a system for three-dimensional motion analysis of the upper extremities has been developed. The aim of this study is to evaluate the results of instrumental upper extremity motion analysis with respect to dependence on(More)
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