Instrumented measurement of anteroposterior and inversion-eversion laxity of the normal ankle joint complex.

@article{Kovaleski1999InstrumentedMO,
  title={Instrumented measurement of anteroposterior and inversion-eversion laxity of the normal ankle joint complex.},
  author={John E. Kovaleski and Larry R. Gurchiek and Robert J. Heitman and J Marcus Hollis and A. W. Pearsall},
  journal={Foot & ankle international},
  year={1999},
  volume={20 12},
  pages={808-14}
}
Manual examination is the most common method for the evaluation of ankle anteroposterior (AP) and inversion-eversion (I-E) laxity. Objective assessment data of normal ankle laxity must be provided before comparison with an injured ankle can be made. The purpose of this study was to compare AP translation and I-E rotation at three force loads between… CONTINUE READING