Entries by Maud Rouillé

Movement laboratory: big data in motion

The assessment of motor function is central in developing a management plan for patients with cerebral palsy. In addition to functional clinical scales, the characterisation of the organisation of posture and movements of each patient can be achieved by the three-dimensional analysis of movement coupled with the analysis of muscle activation and the forces developed […]

From minimal invasive surgery to robotic surgery, this is the story of a revolution

1988: Two French surgeons present a film in Paris showing the removal of a gallbladder with virtually no scarring.  There was total incomprehension among most university departments where it was a well-known fact that “major surgery leaves major scars.”  It was also a phenomenal success in women’s magazines in Paris, all of which will featured […]