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A comparison of traditional protractor versus Oxford Cobbometer radiographic measurement: intraobserver measurement variability for Cobb angles.

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STUDY DESIGN: A comparison between measurement of radiographs using a traditional protractor method and the Oxford Cobbometer, which has the potential to reduce error. OBJECTIVE: To assess measurement variability of Cobb angles using the Oxford Cobbometer and to compare it to that of measurements made using the traditional protractor method. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA: Studies of the Cobb method have multiple sources of error and subsequent intraobserver variability. Estimates of intraobserv...

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Rosenfeldt, MP More by this author
Harding, IJ More by this author
Hauptfleisch, JT More by this author
Fairbank, JT More by this author
Journal:
Spine
Volume:
30
Issue:
4
Pages:
440-443
Publication date:
2005-02-05
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EISSN:
1528-1159
ISSN:
0362-2436
URN:
uuid:46445630-434e-4245-ad7e-87997e16157a
Source identifiers:
107501
Local pid:
pubs:107501

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