electrogoniometer

electrogoniometer

(ē-lĕk″trō-gō″nē-ŏm′ĕ-tĕr)
An electrical device for measuring angles of joints and their range of motion.

electrogoniometer

a device for measuring angles (usually joint angles) directly, giving an electrical output (often interfaced to a computer). electrogoniometry the use of this device.

electrogoniometer

an instrument for measuring angles, e.g. the angle of a joint. Used in gait research. See also goniometer.
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An electrogoniometer (DTS2D goniometer; Noraxon, Arizona, USA) was used to prevent compensatory horizontal abduction in the shoulder joint during the DS and RDS.
Electrogoniometer was positioned on the lateral aspect of right knee and centered on lateral femoral condyle.
Wrist and forearm postures were measured with an electrogoniometer and a torsi meter.
A custom-made electrogoniometer (elgon) composed of two arms (each 20 cm in length) and a potentiometer (input impedance = 103 [ohm]) were used to record joint angles of the hip.
The use of an electrogoniometer and a relatively young population are the obvious limitations in the clinical value of these findings.
An electrogoniometer was installed on the tip of the horizontal pivot to record the changes in platform movement during balancing.
Reliability of hindfoot goniometry when using a flexible electrogoniometer.
Recently, Gustafsson et al used an electrogoniometer and surface electromyography to examine thumb movements and muscular loads, respectively, during mobile phone use.
A Reliability Study of the Universal Goniometer, Fluid Goniometer, and Electrogoniometer for the Measurement of Ankle Dorsiflexion.