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When Subjective Opinion Disagrees with Inertial Sensor Measurements

When Subjective Opinion Disagrees with Inertial Sensor Measurements

By Kevin Keegan Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, DACVS | Updated on | Data Collection, Data Interpretation, Editorial, KG Keegan, Objective vs. Subjective Opinion, OES Members Only

Whenever I use the Equinosis Q, which is on every lameness case, treatment checkup, or pre-purchase, I also always do a subjective lameness evaluation, determining and often times declaring my subjective impression regarding where (i.e. which limb or limbs) I think the lameness is. Sometimes there is disagreement between my subjective opinion and the results of the inertial sensors. What is my take on this? The short and easy answer is, "I was probably wrong". This happens occasionally and it no longer bothers me or my clients, or the students or house officers I am training. I am...

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When Subjective Opinion Disagrees with Inertial Sensor Measurements