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go·ni·om·e·ter

 (gō′nē-ŏm′ĭ-tər)
n.
1. An optical instrument for measuring crystal angles, as between crystal faces.
2. A radio receiver and directional antenna used as a system to determine the angular direction of incoming radio signals.

[Greek gōniā, angle; see genu- in Indo-European roots + -meter.]

go′ni·o·met′ric (-nē-ə-mĕt′rĭk), go′ni·o·met′ri·cal adj.
go′ni·om′e·try n.
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The volunteers layed relaxed on their back, with slightly flexed lower limbs (10[degrees]-15[degrees] defined by goniometric measurement) and with the hands along the body.
For the elbow specifically, it is unclear which of the available goniometric measurement methods is the most reliable to measure flexion, extension, pronation, and supination.