Daniel Molé

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Degenerative osteoarthritis in the subtalar and mid-tarsal joints occurring after tibio-talar arthrodesis is thought to be a consequence of abnormal foot dynamics. We hypothesized that the forward tilt of the tibia during stance induces early heel-off and alteration of the progression of ground reaction force (GRF) after ankle arthrodesis. Three-dimensional(More)
BACKGROUND This study evaluates the preoperative conventional anteroposterior radiography and clinical testing in non-operated patients with cuff tear arthropathy. It analyses the radiological findings in relation to the status of the rotator cuff and clinical status as also the clinical testing in relation to the rotator cuff quality. The aim of the study(More)
Degenerative osteoarthritis in subtalar and midtarsal joints occurring after tibiotalar arthrodesis may be related to biomechanical factors. For patients with tibiotalar arthrodesis walking with their everyday shoes, the ground reaction force is posterior at heel-off and the maximal foot-tibia dorsiflexion is at its upper limit. We hypothesized that(More)
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