Applying Simulated In Vivo Motions to Measure Human Knee and ACL Kinetics

Abstract

Patients frequently experience anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries but current ACL reconstruction strategies do not restore the native biomechanics of the knee, which can contribute to the early onset of osteoarthritis in the long term. To design more effective treatments, investigators must first understand normal in vivo knee function for multiple… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10439-011-0500-5

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@article{Herfat2011ApplyingSI, title={Applying Simulated In Vivo Motions to Measure Human Knee and ACL Kinetics}, author={Safa T. Herfat and Daniel V. Boguszewski and Jason T. Shearn}, journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering}, year={2011}, volume={40}, pages={1545-1553} }