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“…Accuracy of the system has been reported to be within 0.1 degrees and 0.25 mm. 17 The distances between anatomical structures were calculated using three-dimensional data points. The areas of ligamentous and tendinous attachments were also calculated by outlining their attachment sites with the measurement device.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Accuracy of the system has been reported to be within 0.1 degrees and 0.25 mm. 17 The distances between anatomical structures were calculated using three-dimensional data points. The areas of ligamentous and tendinous attachments were also calculated by outlining their attachment sites with the measurement device.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Magnetic tracking devices use a magnetic field generator and inductive sensors with three orthogonal coils to determine the position and orientation of the sensor with respect to the generator (An, et al, 1988;Debski, et al, 1995;Hsu, et al, 1996;Jackson, et al, 1994;Milne, et al, 1996). Accuracy of magnetic tracking systems varies with distance from field generator.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The system is able to capture 3D positional and orientation data from multiple sensors within a low-pulsed magnetic field. To avoid interference, all ferromagnetic materials were removed from the evaluation area and patients were positioned on a wooden chair [12,13]. One sensor was mounted on the frontal part of the head by means of a Velcro strap, the second one was positioned on the sternum.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%