A correlative study of the geometry and anatomy of the distal femur.

@article{Elias1990ACS,
  title={A correlative study of the geometry and anatomy of the distal femur.},
  author={Salah Elias and M. A. R. Freeman and Erdal Gokçay},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  year={1990},
  volume={260},
  pages={98-103}
}
Sixteen knees were examined roentgenographically in the lateral plane. Ten knees were examined from autopsy subjects. The distal articular femur may be represented by three circular surfaces: (1) the floor of the patellar groove (articulating with the patella from 10 degrees to 100 degrees), (2) the posterior femoral condyles (articulating with the tibia from 10 degrees to 150 degrees), and (3) the distal condyles (articulating with the tibia from 0 degrees to 10 degrees). The radii of these… CONTINUE READING
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