Repeat validation of a method to measure in vivo three dimensional hip kinematics using computed tomography and fluoroscopy
Total hip arthroplasty or THA is a surgical procedure for the relief of significant disabling pain caused by osteoarthritis or hip fracture. Knowledge of the 3D kinematics of the hip during specific functional activities is important for THA component design. In this paper we compare kinematic measurements obtained by a new 2D-3D registration algorithm with measurements provided by the gold standard roentgen stereo analysis (RSA). The study validates a promising method for investigating the...[Show more]
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