Comparison of Lifts Versus Tape Measure in Determining Leg Length Discrepancy Maziar Badii et al The Journal of Rheumatology jrheum.131089 Quote: Objective To evaluate the validity (accuracy) and reliability of 2 commonly used clinical methods, 1 indirect (lifts) and 1 direct (tape measure), for assessment of leg length discrepancy (LLD) in comparison to radiograph. Methods Twenty subjects suspected of having LLD participated in this study. Two clinical methods, 1 direct using a tape measure and 1 indirect using lifts, were standardized and carried out by 4 examiners.
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Comparison of tape measure vs lifts to measure leg length difference