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1952 134
1953 181
1954 170
1955 184
1956 166
1957 172
1958 164
1959 137
1960 138
1961 159
1962 146
1963 182
1964 130
1965 39
1966 61
1967 109
1968 209
1969 270
1970 296
1971 328
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1974 330
1975 155
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1979 109
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1981 98
1982 111
1983 126
1984 97
1985 127
1986 118
1987 104
1988 91
1989 115
1990 149
1991 126
1992 113
1993 127
1994 123
1995 134
1996 144
1997 158
1998 143
1999 149
2000 164
2001 183
2002 207
2003 249
2004 256
2005 271
2006 250
2007 322
2008 272
2009 285
2010 334
2011 426
2012 381
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2014 462
2015 501
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2018 678
2019 362
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Low load resistance training with blood flow restriction decreases anterior knee pain more than resistance training alone. A pilot randomised controlled trial.
Korakakis V, et al. Phys Ther Sport 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30268966
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate if application of blood flow restriction (BFR) combined with low-load resistance training (LLRT) would induce significant anterior knee pain (AKP) reduction compared to LLRT alone. ...Four sets of open kinetic chain knee extensions were implemented in both groups using a pain monitoring model. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Pain (0-10) was assessed immediately after LLRT-BFR or LLRT application and after a physiotherapy session (45 min) during shallow and deep single-leg squat (SLS(S), SLS(D)), and step-down test (SDT). ...
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate if application of blood flow restriction (BFR) combined with low-load resistance training (LLRT) would induce signif …
Changes in knee shape and geometry resulting from total knee arthroplasty.
Akbari Shandiz M, et al. Proc Inst Mech Eng H 2018. PMID 29168434
All patients had largely good outcomes after their total knee arthroplasty. Knee shape changed both visually and numerically. ...Important differences in shape and geometry were seen between pre-total knee arthroplasty and post-total knee arthroplasty knees. ...
All patients had largely good outcomes after their total knee arthroplasty. Knee shape changed both visually and numerically. …
A non-invasive measurement of the knee contact force using a subject-specific musculoskeletal model to investigate osteotomy.
Badie F, et al. J Med Eng Technol 2018. PMID 29912600
The varus knee has been defined as a Hip-Knee-Ankle alignment of less than 180 degrees. Varus knee alignment increases the load on the medial knee and also the risk of osteoarthritis. High tibial osteotomy has been designed to modify the malalignment of varus knee. The aim of this study was to investigate the osteotomy effects on knee adduction moment (KAM) and contact forces using a musculoskeletal and subject-specific knee model. ...
The varus knee has been defined as a Hip-Knee-Ankle alignment of less than 180 degrees. Varus knee alignment increases …
Two-dimensional frontal plane projection angle can identify subgroups of patellofemoral pain patients who demonstrate dynamic knee valgus.
Gwynne CR and Curran SA. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon) 2018. PMID 30015205
Therefore, the aim of the study was to investigate dynamic knee valgus in individuals with and without patellofemoral pain by determining frontal plane knee alignment during functional activity. ...INTERPRETATION: Clinical quantification of two-dimensional frontal plane knee alignment may be utilised to subgroup patients with patellofemoral pain that display dynamic knee valgus during single limb squats. ...
Therefore, the aim of the study was to investigate dynamic knee valgus in individuals with and without patellofemoral pain by determi …
Musculoskeletal Basics: The Shoulder and the Knee Workshop for Primary Care Residents.
Denizard-Thompson N, et al. MedEdPORTAL 2018. PMID 30800949 Free PMC article.
METHODS: Our intervention was a workshop/academic half-day session that included multimodal educational materials on common shoulder and knee MSK complaints. ...After the session, confidence in performing knee and shoulder examinations and in performing knee and subacromial bursae injections increased significantly. ...
METHODS: Our intervention was a workshop/academic half-day session that included multimodal educational materials on common shoulder and …
Effect of Cabbage Wraps on the Reduction of Post-Traumatic Knee Exudates in Men.
Dygut J, et al. J Altern Complement Med 2018. PMID 29782183
RESULTS: Significant progression in knee fluid uptake was observed in the acute stage of the knee injuries treated with cabbage wraps compared with control groups (p < 0.05). ...CONCLUSIONS: Application of cabbage wraps with ice to the knee in men may promote a reduction of swelling (by accelerating absorption of knee exudates) if applied during the acute stage of the knee injury....
RESULTS: Significant progression in knee fluid uptake was observed in the acute stage of the knee injuries treated with cabbag …
Individuals with varus thrust do not increase knee adduction when running with body borne load.
Brown TN, et al. J Biomech 2018. PMID 29361275
This study quantified how body borne load impacts knee biomechanics for participants who do and do not present varus thrust (range of knee adduction motion exhibited from heel strike to mid-stance (0-51%)) during over-ground running. ...The varus thrust group, however, exhibited no significant difference in knee adduction moment between any load (p = .174). With the addition of body borne load, varus thrust participants exhibited a significant reduction in knee biomechanics related to OA; whereas, control participants adopted knee biomechanics, including greater varus thrust and knee adduction moment, related to the development of OA....
This study quantified how body borne load impacts knee biomechanics for participants who do and do not present varus thrust (range of …
Dynamic analysis of varus knee using a subject-specific multibody model of the knee before and after osteotomy.
Badie F, et al. Med Eng Phys 2019. PMID 30773339
Varus misalignment of the hip-knee-ankle angle causes greater loads on the medial compartment of the knee and increases the risk of developing knee osteoarthritis. ...The purpose of this study is to define a subject-specific three-dimensional multibody model of the knee to investigate the effect of osteotomy on cartilages and menisci during the stance phase of gait. ...
Varus misalignment of the hip-knee-ankle angle causes greater loads on the medial compartment of the knee and increases the ri …
Modifiable Factors Associated with Knee Abduction During Weight-Bearing Activities: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
Cronström A, et al. Sports Med 2016 - Review. PMID 27048463
Decreased strength of hip abductors, external rotators, and extensors and knee flexors were at most weakly associated with increased knee abduction angle (r ≤ 0.21, p = 0.013-0.426, articles n = 2-9, total sample size n = 80-311). ...Studies on modifiable factors associated with increased knee abduction angle in people with knee injury are needed....
Decreased strength of hip abductors, external rotators, and extensors and knee flexors were at most weakly associated with increased …
The acutely injured knee.
Karrasch C and Gallo RA. Med Clin North Am 2014 - Review. PMID 24994048
Acute knee pain is a common complaint among patients presenting to outpatient clinics. Although most injuries are minor and resolve without surgical intervention, some injuries, such as extensor mechanism injuries, tibial plateau fractures, and multi-ligament knee injuries, require prompt evaluation by an orthopedic surgeon. ...
Acute knee pain is a common complaint among patients presenting to outpatient clinics. Although most injuries are minor and resolve w …
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