Functional analysis of the shoulder complex in healthy and pathological subjects using three-dimensional motion analysis techniques

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Lovern, Barry;
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    mesheuropmc: body regions

Motion capture is increasingly being used to assess the upper limb. The earliest study of the upper limb performed at Cardiff University was an investigative study using retro-reflective markers attached to the skin overlying the bony land marks of the thorax, clavicle,... View more
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