Clinical Study – Accuracy Of Markerless 3D Motion Capture Evaluation In Parkinson’s Disease
Kinematic data obtained with this markerless system [DARI] could contribute to discriminate between PD patients and healthy controls. This emerging technology may help to clinically evaluate PD patients more objectively.
The objective of this study was to determine whether a markerless 3D motion capture system is a useful instrument to objectively differentiate between PD patients with DBS in On and Off states and controls and its correlation with the evaluation by means of MDS-UPDRS.
The full article is linked below:
Clinical Application – Neurological Pati
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