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The measurement and correction of sacral obliquity

@inproceedings{Dulhunty2015TheMA,
  title={The measurement and correction of sacral obliquity},
  author={J. Dulhunty},
  year={2015}
}
The primary objective of the study involved the identification and quantification of systematic errors associated with the measurement of sacral obliquity on radiographic images. A secondary objective was to provide an estimate of true sacral obliquity derived from measurements made on radiographic images of the spine that could be used in a clinical setting to correct or reduce frontal plane obliquity. Methods used in the study included graphical, radiographic and mathematical models. They… Expand

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