Abnormal rotational knee motion during running after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

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BACKGROUND The effectiveness of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction for restoring normal knee kinematics is largely unknown, particularly during sports movements generating large, rapidly applied forces. HYPOTHESIS Under dynamic in vivo loading, significant differences in 3-dimensional kinematics exist between anterior cruciate ligament… (More)

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@article{Tashman2004AbnormalRK, title={Abnormal rotational knee motion during running after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.}, author={Scott Tashman and David Collon and Kyle B Anderson and Patricia A. Kolowich and William Anderst}, journal={The American journal of sports medicine}, year={2004}, volume={32 4}, pages={975-83} }