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    Mean (solid lines) and 95% confidence intervals (dashed lines) for joint angles in dogs in a study of sagittal (flexion-extension), transverse (internal-external rotation), and frontal (abduction-adduction) plane kinematics during movement of the distal segment relative to the proximal segment while walking or trotting. A—Values obtained during walking. B—Values obtained during trotting.

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Evaluation of a three-dimensional kinematic model for canine gait analysis

In the report “Evaluation of a three-dimensional kinematic model for canine gait analysis” (Am J Vet Res 2010;71:1118-1122), the image displayed as Figure 2B is incorrect. The correct figure is printed here.

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Mean (solid lines) and 95% confidence intervals (dashed lines) for joint angles in dogs in a study of sagittal (flexion-extension), transverse (internal-external rotation), and frontal (abduction-adduction) plane kinematics during movement of the distal segment relative to the proximal segment while walking or trotting. A—Values obtained during walking. B—Values obtained during trotting.

Citation: American Journal of Veterinary Research 72, 3; 10.2460/ajvr.72.3.416