Angular measurements on bony structures are often crucial for pathoanatomical analysis, diagnosis, and therapeutic planning in cases of orthopedic diseases. Typically these angles are determined on radiographs that require correct positioning and appropriate interpretation of the projections of anatomical structures. These requirements can be difficult to meet and may lead to substantial errors during angular measurements, especially if major three-dimensional (3D) problems are present in the specific disease.

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