Rémi Julliard

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This paper addresses the problem of extrapolating very sparse three-dimensional (3-D) data to obtain a complete surface representation. A new method that uses statistical shape models is proposed and its application to computer-assisted anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction is detailed. The rupture of the ACL has become one of the most common knee(More)
The posterior inclination of the tibial plateaus relative to the longitudinal axis of the bone, also called tibial slope, is important to know for the pathology of the cruciate ligaments and to lay some knee prostheses. We have chosen a reproducible method to measure it, on the basis of a large radiograph of the lower limb. A radio-anatomical analysis of(More)
Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction is a delicate task. The procedure of choice is the patellar tendon bone autograft, but an anisometric position of this tendon often leads to failure. We allows positioning of the central part of the ligament graft at the least anisometric sites. The system uses a workstation and a three-dimensional optical localizer(More)
The tibial slope is an important datum in knee surgery; the levelling by a uni- or bicompartmental prosthesis preserving both cruciate ligaments requires to maintain this slope. The postoperative rehabilitation of the A.C.L. plasties, especially those performed with a patellar tendon and the surgical cure of a genu recurvatum, must integrate this notion.(More)
The A.T. T.G.'s scanographic measure sets problems in the major dysplasic trochlear groove because point G.T. is quite impossible to determine. We purpose to define it by an original procedure based on bidimensional reconstruction of A.T. T.G. system. Point G.T. is defined by extrapolation: it is situated at the junction of proximal trochlear scan section(More)
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