M A Rousseau

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Lumbo-sacral orientation in the sagittal plane is of utmost importance, as it plays a critical role in the function of the spine and the hip joints. Equilibrium of the trunk influences the tridimensional orientation of the acetabulum and the functional range of motion of the hips. Each patient is characterized by a "morphological" parameter named incidence(More)
Trunk balance in upright stance expresses an individual postural strategy found on anatomic and functional parameters. The "pelvic vertebra" is an essential transitional region for the coherence of spinal parameters (notably, lumbar lordosis and thoracic kyphosis) and pelvic parameters (sacral slope, pelvic tilt and incidence). Deterioration of this(More)
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