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A mathematical model for studying the passive kinematics of total knee prostheses can be useful in computer-aided planning and guidance of total joint replacement. If the insertion location and neutral length of knee ligaments is known, the passive kinematics of the knee can be calculated by minimizing the strain energy stored in the ligaments at any(More)
A mathematical model for studying the passive kinematics of condylar-type total knee prostheses can be useful in planning and performing total joint replacement. If the insertion location and neutral length of knee ligaments is known, the passive kinematics of the knee can be calculated by minimizing the strain energy stored in the ligaments in any angular(More)
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