electrogoniometry

electrogoniometry

the science of measuring angles and the changes in them. Much used in the study of gait.
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Furthermore, it would be aimed to investigate other functional parameters of electromyographic properties of VM and VL as well as time domain index and electrogoniometry.
Muscle activity was also compared before and after the training period in weight-bearing phases of stair tasks, which were separated according to data of electrogoniometry.
Sholukha, "In vivo registration of both electrogoniometry and medical imaging: development and application on the ankle joint complex," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol.
Piriyaprasarth P, Morris ME, Winter A, Bialocerkowski AE (2008) The reliability of knee joint position testing using electrogoniometry.
Future studies would benefit from the use of electrogoniometry (or similar devices) to more precisely index joint-position matching accuracy.
1999) Asymmetric leg activity in healthy subjects during walking, detected by electrogoniometry.
Electrogoniometry offers a quick, objective, and relatively unobtrusive method of acquiring upper-extremity postural data.
They concluded that electrogoniometry of the knee provides a reliable, accurate and objective measurement of knee function [8].
In 2010 Bronner investigated reliability and validity of electrogoniometry measurement of lower extremity movement.
Validation of Flexible Electrogoniometry as a Measure of Joint Kinematics.