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Candy cane versus boot stirrups in vaginal surgery: use of goniometers

Video Author: Ankita Gupta, MD, MPH
Published on: 07.29.2020
Associated with: August 2020, Volume 136, Issue 2; Obstetrics & Gynecology. 136(2):333-341, August 2020

This video provides an overview of the use of goniometers to measure the angles of flexion at hip and knee as well as angle between the femurs as performed in this study. Created by Ankita Gupta, MD, MPH. Used with permission.

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