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  • P E Rork
  • 1991
An apparently normal knee was examined in each of 100 subjects while they were under general or epidural anesthesia for an unrelated operation. The Lachman, anterior drawer, posterior drawer, and pivot-shift tests were negative in all knees. All knees were stable to varus and valgus stress at both 0 and 30 degrees of flexion. The external-rotation(More)
  • P E Rork
  • 1998
Patients with diseased hips often must carry objects while walking, yet they are rarely instructed which hand to use because little has been published on the subject. We sought to evaluate the situation mathematically by determining the hip forces that result when a load is carried in the ipsilateral versus the contralateral hand. Using a free-body diagram(More)
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