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MULTISCALE ENTROPY IDENTIFIES COMPLEXITY CHANGES IN POSTURAL CONTROL OF ADOLESCENT IDOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS

@inproceedings{Busa2010MULTISCALEEI,
  title={MULTISCALE ENTROPY IDENTIFIES COMPLEXITY CHANGES IN POSTURAL CONTROL OF ADOLESCENT IDOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS},
  author={Michael A. Busa and Allison H. Gruber and George E. Gorton and Peter D. Masso and Joseph Hamill and Richard E. A. van Emmerik},
  year={2010}
}
Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is characterized by three-dimensional deformation of the spine resulting in alterations of body posture and segment alignment [1]. Changes in body posture have been found to relate to stability deficits in AIS patients, which may be exacerbated by AIS severity [2]. Previous work has related AIS patients have reduced postural stability characterized by requiring greater neuromuscular control to maintain standing balance in the AP direction [4] and increased… 

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