Definition: Rectification of positive anatomical segment model to optimize mechanical joint position, intimacy of strategic surfaces, force systems, suspension, and alignment of prosthesis/orthosis.
|1||Plaster rectification||Modification of positive anatomical model using poured plaster buildups or putty material.|
|2||CAD rectification||Modification of three-dimensional digital positive anatomical model using CAD technique.|
|3||Rectification of the Reverse Delineation of a tracing||Reconciliation and modification of two-dimensional anatomical model tracing. This provides clearance for optimal function and comfort of conventional orthotic treatments.|
|4||Re-rectify positive model using poured plaster||Re-rectification of positive anatomical model using poured plaster following evaluation and adjustments of diagnostic orthotic treatment.|
|5||Re-rectify 3-D digital model using CAD techniques||Re-Rectification of 3D digital model using CAD, following the evaluation and adjustments of a diagnostic prosthesis/orthosis.|
|6||Re-rectify positive model using foam or carving tools||Expansion / Reduction of positive anatomical model using foams of various densities and carving tools.|