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  • Evaluation of Nasal Tip Support in Septorhinoplasty. [Journal Article]
    Aesthetic Plast Surg 2019; 43(4):1021-1027Erol O, Buyuklu F, … Erbek SS
  • CONCLUSIONS: A novel and reproducible technique for digitally evaluating manual force is presented for determining changes in nasal tip support with different maneuvers applied in living patients undergoing rhinoplasty. No significant difference was noted between the preoperative and postoperative measurements for columellar strut grafting. The tongue-in-groove technique is an important maneuver that has a significant effect on nasal tip support. According to our data, the interdomal and intercrural ligaments, the medial crus-septum connections and the connections between alar cartilage and overlying skin and muscle tissue are important structures for tip support.
  • Exploring wearable sensors as an alternative to marker-based motion capture in the pitching delivery. [Journal Article]
    PeerJ 2019; 7:e6365Boddy KJ, Marsh JA, … O'Connell ME
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study attempts to validate the use of the MotusBASEBALL for future studies that look at the arm slot, shoulder rotation, arm speed, and stress measurements from the MotusBASEBALL sensor. Excepting elbow extension velocity, all metrics from the MotusBASEBALL unit showed significant correlations to their corresponding metrics from motion capture and while some magnitudes differ substantially and therefore fall short in validity, the link between the metrics is strong enough to indicate reliable casual use. Further research should be done to further investigate the validity and reliability of the arm speed metric.
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