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Predictors of knee joint loading after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
Wellsandt E, et al. J Orthop Res 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 27747918 Free PMC article.
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury results in altered knee joint mechanics which frequently continue even after ACL reconstruction. ...Therefore, the purpose of this study was to identify predictive factors of knee joint contact forces after ACL reconstruction. ...
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury results in altered knee joint mechanics which frequently continue even after ACL recon …
Knee joint kinematics after dynamic intraligamentary stabilization: cadaveric study on a novel anterior cruciate ligament repair technique.
Schliemann B, et al. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2017. PMID 26239862
However, DIS with a preload of only 60 N was not able to restore knee joint kinematics to that of an intact knee in all degrees of flexion. CONCLUSION: DIS with a preload of 80 N restores knee joint kinematics comparable to that of an ACL-intact knee and is therefore capable of providing knee joint stability during ACL healing. ...
However, DIS with a preload of only 60 N was not able to restore knee joint kinematics to that of an intact knee in all …
Understanding the human knee and its relationship to total knee replacement.
Vaienti E, et al. Acta Biomed 2017 - Review. PMID 28657560 Free PMC article.
The understanding of anatomy and knee biomechanics is important for the gait analysis, the diagnosis of joint diseases and the design and development of prosthetic implants. ...However, until the current date, it has not been possible to produce a prosthetic design fully restoring the complex kinematics of the normal knee joint....
The understanding of anatomy and knee biomechanics is important for the gait analysis, the diagnosis of joint diseases and the …
[Clinical effects of Archimedes sling system in the rehabilitation of knee joint flexion dysfunction after deep burn].
Ru TF, et al. Zhonghua Shao Shang Za Zhi 2019. PMID 31280535 Chinese.
Objective: To observe the therapeutic effects of Archimedes sling system in the rehabilitation of knee joint flexion dysfunction of patients after deep burns. ...Conclusions: The Archimedes sling system can effectively increase the difference value of knee joint active motion range, alleviate the degree of knee joint dysfunction, and enhance the self-function satisfaction of patients on the basis of conventional rehabilitation treatment for patients with knee joint flexion dysfunction after deep burns....
Objective: To observe the therapeutic effects of Archimedes sling system in the rehabilitation of knee joint flexion dysfuncti …
Soft tissue artifact compensation in knee kinematics by multi-body optimization: Performance of subject-specific knee joint models.
Clément J, et al. J Biomech 2015. PMID 26472302
Root mean square errors with subject-specific knee joint models ranged from 2.2±1.2° to 6.0±3.9° for knee rotations and from 2.4±1.1 mm to 4.3±2.4 mm for knee displacements in healthy and OA subjects, respectively. ...Future investigations should focus on more refined knee joint models to reproduce specific OA knee geometry and physiology....
Root mean square errors with subject-specific knee joint models ranged from 2.2±1.2° to 6.0±3.9° for knee rotations and …
A Novel Method of Evaluating Knee Joint Stability of Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis: Multiscale Entropy Analysis with A Knee-Aiming Task.
Zhou D, et al. Sci Rep 2017. PMID 28336915 Free PMC article.
The stability of the knee joint relies on not only biomechanical factors, but also proprioception and the central nervous system. In this study, we attempt to depict the stability of knee joint from a holistic viewpoint, and a novel index of knee joint stability (IKJS) was thus extracted. ...
The stability of the knee joint relies on not only biomechanical factors, but also proprioception and the central nervous syst …
Temporal gene expression profiling of the rat knee joint capsule during immobilization-induced joint contractures.
Wong K, et al. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2015. PMID 26006773 Free PMC article.
We performed a microarray analysis of genes expressed in the posterior knee joint capsule following induction of a flexion contracture by rigidly immobilizing the rat knee joint over a time-course of 16 weeks. ...CONCLUSIONS: Gene expression in the knee joint capsule was sensitive to joint immobility and provided insights into molecular mechanisms relevant to the pathophysiology of knee flexion contractures. ...
We performed a microarray analysis of genes expressed in the posterior knee joint capsule following induction of a flexion con …
Dynamic knee joint mechanics after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
Clarke SB, et al. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2015. PMID 24870564
Particularly, variables such as knee abduction moments and transverse plane knee motion have not been studied during a game-specific landing and cutting task after ACL reconstruction. The purpose of this study was to compare the hip and knee mechanics between the ACL-reconstructed (ACLr) group and a healthy control group. ...
Particularly, variables such as knee abduction moments and transverse plane knee motion have not been studied during a game-sp …
Novel knee joint mechanism of transfemoral prosthesis for stair ascent.
Inoue K, et al. IEEE Int Conf Rehabil Robot 2013. PMID 24187254
This difficulty is mainly due to insufficient generation of extension moment around the knee joint of the prosthesis to lift the body to the next step on the staircase and prevent any unexpected flexion of the knee joint in the stance phase. ...Therefore, the purpose of this research is to develop a novel knee joint mechanism for a prosthesis that generates an extension moment around the knee joint in the stance phase during stair ascent, without the use of any actuators. ...
This difficulty is mainly due to insufficient generation of extension moment around the knee joint of the prosthesis to lift t …
The Relationship between Knee Biomechanics and Clinical Assessments in ACl Deficient Patients.
Kono Y, et al. Int J Sports Med 2019. PMID 31189191
Knee kinematics and kinetics during walking and running were examined using a 3-dimensional motion analysis system. The passive knee joint laxity, range of motion of knee joint, and knee muscle strength were also measured. ...Patients with stronger knee muscle strength may demonstrate more nearly normal knee joint movement during dynamic activities such as running....
Knee kinematics and kinetics during walking and running were examined using a 3-dimensional motion analysis system. The passive kn
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