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    Goniometric Measurements

    Have a look over the detail of Gonimetric measurement and let me know your views about that.

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    Lightbulb Re: Goniometric Measurements

    Quote Originally Posted by sdkashif View Post
    Have a look over the detail of Gonimetric measurement and let me know your views about that.


    Thanks Mr Community leader,would you please be so kind and provide us the reference of this file!


    Appreciated,,,


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    Re: Goniometric Measurements

    I am working in a hip and knee replacement clinic and using a goniometer daily to measure these joints.

    It is usual to state the anatomical markers, eg greater trochanter, lateral malleolus to establish the mid-line of the joint.

    Also I have read papers re inter-examiner reliability of goniometer measurements (for the knee). One cause of this is where the testers choose as their fulcrum, as the fulcrum of knee flexion changes during movement. Any other views/comments on this?



 
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