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The effect of re-positioning (sway and breathing) on the reproduction accuracy of a low-cost torso imaging system for monitoring idiopathic scoliosis is assessed. The system utilizes a rotating positioning frame and a 3D digitizer. Four images taken at 90 degree intervals are needed to generate a torso image. Five volunteers having no scoliosis were used(More)
A fuzzy classifier approach was used to predict the progression of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS). Past studies indicate that individual indicators of AIS do not reliably predict progression. Complex indicators having improved predictive values have been developed but are unsuitable for clinical use. Based on the hypothesis that combining some common(More)
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