HJS  >> Vol. 1 No. 2 (July 2012)

    Application Significance and Progress of 3D Gait Analysis for Correction of Equinus Foot Deformity

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三维步态分析手术治疗马蹄足疗效3D Gait Analysis; Surgical Treatment; Equines Foot Deformity; Efficacy



Objective: To review the application significance and progress of 3D gait analysis for the correction of equinus foot deformity and to analyze the problems at present as well as to predict the trend of development in the field. Methods: Domestic and abroad literature concerning the methods of 3D gait analysis applied in equinus foot deformity in recent years was reviewed extensively and thoroughly analyzed. Results: 3D gait analysis was effective not only to help preoperative decision making but also to quantify the results of the treatment and to explore the pathogenesis of equinus foot deformity. Conclusion: There is great significance and prospect of 3D gait analysis applied in the treatment for equinus foot deformity, however, studies of large sample and establishment of normal database need to explore further.

于涛, 杨云峰, 俞光荣. 三维步态分析在矫治马蹄足畸形中的应用意义和进展[J]. 外科, 2012, 1(2): 5-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/HJS.2012.12002


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