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Analysis of in-vivo meniscal kinematic motion of the non-injured knee
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|Statement||by Scott T. Porter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 49 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||49|
Interventions: 3D camera-based motion analysis was performed on each participant while walking at m/s on an instrumented treadmill. Main Outcome Measures: Frontal and sagittal knee and hip kinetics and kinematics and vertical ground reaction forces (vGRF) were collected bilaterally on each participant. Anterior Knee Pain and Patellar Instability Vicente Sanchis-Alfonso (Editor) Anterior Knee Pain and Patellar Instability Second Edition Editor Vicente Sanchis-Alfonso, M.D., Ph.D. International Patellofemoral Study Group International ACL Study Group Hospital 9 de Octubre Hospital Arnau de Vilanova School of Medicine Catholic University of Valencia Valencia Spain.
Patients were observed for 90 days postoperatively for the incidence of acute postoperative deep PJI. Statistical analysis was performed using t-tests or Fisher’s exact test where appropriate. Power analysis determined that patients per group are needed to detect a reduction in the rate of PJI from 5% to 1% with 80% power (alpha=). Sports Biomech ;3(1)– Kibler WB. Biomechanical analysis of the shoulder during tennis activities. Clin Sports Med ;14(1)– Hong D, Cheung TK, Roberts EM. A three-dimensional, six-segment chain analysis of forceful overarm throwing. J Electromyogr Kinesiol ;– McMullen J, Uhl T.
In vivo, µl of rAAVlacZ were applied to medial meniscal tears in the knee joints of Chinchilla bastard rabbits using a Hamilton syringe. LacZ gene expression was assessed by X-Gal-staining. Histological sections were stained with eosin and examined by light microscopy. Differences between groups were compared using ANOVA. These fibrocartilage “book” scaffolds were decellularized using sequentially 3 freeze-thaw cycles, % Triton X with M KCl, % trypsin, and a nuclease. Histology and DNA quantification analysis confirmed substantial removal of cells from the fibrocartilage scaffolds.
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Orthopaedic Surgery Advisor: "Analysis of In-Vivo Meniscal Kinematic Motion of the Non-Injured Knee", S. Porter, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. In Vivo Tibiofemoral Skeletal Kinematics and Cartilage Contact Arthrokinematics During Decline Walking After Isolated Meniscectomy Article (PDF Available) in Medical Engineering & Physics The menisci are of clinical importance to knee biomechanics as they function to maintain knee joint stability and congruity, resist capsular and synovial impingement during knee motion, support.
Cassidy K, Hangalur G, Sabharwal P, Chandrashekar N () Combined in vivo/in vitro method to study anteriomedial bundle strain in the anterior cruciate ligament using a dynamic knee simulator. J Biomech Eng (3)Cited by: 4. Michael Fredericson, MD is part of Stanford Profiles, official site for faculty, postdocs, students and staff information (Expertise, Bio, Research, Publications, and more).
The site facilitates research and collaboration in academic endeavors. teams, knee valgus motion has been identified as an important component of the ACL injury mechanism (69).
Since the initiation and progression of knee joint OA in patients with ACL injury has been linked to abnormal knee joint biomechanics during dynamic in vivo activities (), many efforts are beingFile Size: 26MB.
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Full text of "Sports Injury Prevention And Rehabilitation Integrating Medicine And Science For Performance Solutions" See other formats. During the early stages of this season, he had been diagnosed with meniscal damage to the right knee; however, due to financial constraints of both club and player, an immediate operation did not.
After ACLR it is important to restore and maintain full range of motion (ROM) in the knee. Quadriceps re-training has been found to improve ROM in the early stages (44). Attaining full knee extension as early as possible is not deleterious to the graft or to joint stability (43) and may prevent patellofemoral pain and compensatory gait pathologies.
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Jan;35(2) When analyzing the same knee, multivariate analysis adjusted for meniscal injury, age and gender revealed an increased odds ratio for patients with increased lateral compartment translation to be part of the high Beighton Score group (OR95% CIp ).
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muscle control of mediolateral knee motion. During single-leg landing, when pivoting or decelerating the female athlete allows the ground reaction force to control the direction of motion of the lower extremity joints, and the ligaments take on a significant percent of the force.
The advance of 3D quantitative gait analysis, which includes kinematic, kinetic, and dynamic electromyographic assessment, has enabled clinicians to differentiate gait deviations objectively and understand the primary problem behind a complex disorder more accurately than can be done with observational analysis.
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It's free and requires no specialized knowledge.54 Running Mechanics and Gait Analysis study exhibited an increase in peak hip adduction over the course of the run compared to the healthy runners. These data suggest that reduced force output from the gluteus medius will result in an increased hip adduction angle and thus a greater knee genu valgum (abduction) angle during gait.5/5(1).