described in CGA by the angular variations of the different joints/segments: ankle, knee, hip, pelvis and trunk. The raw data are measured by opto-electronic systems from the position of passive (or active) reflective markers attached directly on the skin of
metaphyseal osteomyelitis as a result of the skeletal vascular anatomy discussed earlier. Any joint can be affected but the hip and knee joints are the most common.
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