Clinical multisegmental posturography: age-related changes in stance control.

@article{Accornero1997ClinicalMP,
  title={Clinical multisegmental posturography: age-related changes in stance control.},
  author={Neri Accornero and Marco Capozza and Steno Rinalduzzi and Giovanni Manfredi},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={105 3},
  pages={213-9}
}
Unlike conventional platform posturography, which analyses the sway in the projection of the body baricentre on a supporting plane, multisegmental posturography provides information about body segmental movements during stance, including those that keep the baricentre still. This paper presents a new technical approach to multisegmental posturography using Virtual Reality electromagnetic tracking devices. This device was used to study age-related differences in normal subjects in the control of… CONTINUE READING

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