[Biomechanical aspects of human joints].

Abstract

The value of biomechanical studies of human joints is illustrated. The investigation of stiffness of joints has suggested that subjective stiffness is more likely to be related to limitation of movement of a joint than to increased physical stiffness. A knee analyser has been constructed to measure ligamentous and meniscal damage. Ligament replacement has… (More)

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@article{Wright1987BiomechanicalAO, title={[Biomechanical aspects of human joints].}, author={V{\'e}ronique Wright}, journal={Zeitschrift fur die gesamte innere Medizin und ihre Grenzgebiete}, year={1987}, volume={42 15}, pages={414-5} }