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Reliability of 3D Lower Limb Scanning

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SCANREP: Reliability of 3D Lower Limb Scanning

3D limb scanning systems have recently been implemented for the clinical fitting of prosthetic and orthotic devices due to substantial decreases in costs. However, little data is available regarding the repeatability and validity of systems currently in use. In this study the investigators seek to evaluate the repeatability and validity of multiple lower limb measurements obtained using low-cost 3D limb scanning technology.

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Device - Structure Sensor

A 3D representation of each participant's lower limb geometry will be obtained using a Structure Core scanner (Occipital, Inc.) which uses an infrared structured light projector to construct a 3D image of an object. The scanner is connected to an iPad; to operate the user rotates the iPad camera around the desired object. In seconds, the entire geometry is digitally reconstructed.

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SCANREP: Reliability of 3D Lower Limb Scanning

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NCT04032041

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