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Evaluation of a New Tool for Measuring the Alignment of the Rear Foot When Bearing a Load and in 3D.

2019-10-28 13:57:21 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The automated TALAS measurement tool, working with the Cone Beam 3D scanner under load, provides a reproducible measurement of the Foot Ankle Offset (FAO). It is possible to determine an average value and the standard deviation of FAO in the relevant population. And to differentiate significantly the populations with a neutral alignment, varus or valgus.

Description

The analysis of the alignment of the foot is fundamental in the management of pathologies of the foot and ankle. The advent of 3D imaging under load (Scanner Cone Beam), less radiant and more precise, requires the development and evaluation of new measurement tools.

The automated TALAS measurement tool, working with the Cone Beam 3D scanner under load, provides a reproducible measurement of the Foot Ankle Offset (FAO). It is possible to determine an average value and the standard deviation of FAO in the relevant population. And to differentiate significantly the populations with a neutral alignment, varus or valgus.

Study Design

Conditions

Ankle Surgery

Intervention

3D Imaging FAO measurement

Location

Clinique de L'Union
Saint-Jean
France
31240

Status

Completed

Source

Ramsay Générale de Santé

Results (where available)

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