Rudi Hiebert

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The effect of stem length, diameter, and mode of fixation on the motion and stress transfer of a cemented tibial tray were evaluated for in 12 cadaver knees. There was a significant decrease in motion of the tibial tray with increasing press-fit stem length (75-150 mm) and increasing stem diameter (10-14 mm). Cemented tibial stems showed significantly less(More)
Toe flexor force (hallux and second toe) was determined in the right and left feet of 24 dancers and 29 non-dancers (sitting and standing positions) using a commercially-available pressure sensor connected to a voltmeter. For the hallux and second toe combined (all trials combined), average toe flexor force was slightly greater for dancers than non-dancers(More)
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