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Measurement of the rib hump on a (a) plaster model and a (b) scoliosis patient, using the iPhone and Scolioguage software in combination with the acrylic sleeve to reflect the dimensions of the traditional Scoliometer.
When using the iPhone to measure rib humps, all observers used an
acrylic sleeve designed to accommodate any inclinometer equipped
device, and to approximate the length and shape of the standard
Scoliometer (Figure 3).
Izatt, Maree T; Bateman, Gary R; Adam, Clayton JJournal: Scoliosis
Issue 1DOI: 10.1186/1748-7161-7-14Published: 2012-12-01Institution(s):
Queensland University of Technology and Mater Health Services, Level 2, Mater Children’s Hospital, GB Orthopaedics Australia
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