Validity of a quantitative clinical measurement tool of trunk posture in idiopathic scoliosis.

  title={Validity of a quantitative clinical measurement tool of trunk posture in idiopathic scoliosis.},
  author={Carole Fortin and Debbie Ehrmann Feldman and Farida Cheriet and Hubert Labelle},
  volume={35 19},
STUDY DESIGN Concurrent validity between postural indices obtained from digital photographs (two-dimensional [2D]), surface topography imaging (three-dimensional [3D]), and radiographs. OBJECTIVE To assess the validity of a quantitative clinical postural assessment tool of the trunk based on photographs (2D) as compared to a surface topography system (3D) as well as indices calculated from radiographs. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA To monitor progression of scoliosis or change in posture over… CONTINUE READING
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