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testing procedures for upright posture, balance, and sense of equilibrium, done with the patient standing on a force platform.

dynamic posturography

a measurement of postural stability under varying visual and proprioceptive inputs.
Synonym(s): posturography

dy·nam·ic pos·tur·og·raphy

(dī-nam'ik pos'chŭr-og'ră-fē)
A measurement of postural stability under varying visual and proprioceptive inputs.
Synonym(s): posturography.


(pos″chŭr-og′ră-fē) [ posture + -graphy]
Any of several techniques that measure body stability, balance, and control when a person is standing still (static posturography) or in motion (dynamic posturography).
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