Reliability of measuring abductor hallucis muscle parameters using two different diagnostic ultrasound machines

@inproceedings{Hing2009ReliabilityOM,
  title={Reliability of measuring abductor hallucis muscle parameters using two different diagnostic ultrasound machines},
  author={Wayne Hing and Keith Rome and Alyse FM Cameron},
  booktitle={Journal of foot and ankle research},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Diagnostic ultrasound provides a method of analysing soft tissue structures of the musculoskeletal system effectively and reliably. The aim of this study was to evaluate within and between session reliability of measuring muscle dorso-plantar thickness, medio-lateral length and cross-sectional area, of the abductor hallucis muscle using two different ultrasound machines, a higher end Philips HD11 Ultrasound machine and clinically orientated Chison 8300 Deluxe Digital Portable… CONTINUE READING

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