Quadriceps muscle function following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: systemic differences in neural and morphological characteristics

@article{Lepley2019QuadricepsMF,
  title={Quadriceps muscle function following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: systemic differences in neural and morphological characteristics},
  author={Adam Scott Lepley and Dustin R. Grooms and Julie P. Burland and Steven M. Davi and Jeffrey M. Kinsella-Shaw and Lindsey Klykken Lepley},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={237},
  pages={1267-1278}
}
Quadriceps muscle dysfunction is common following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR). Data considering the diversity of neural changes, in-concert with morphological adaptations of the quadriceps muscle, are lacking. We investigated bilateral differences in neural and morphological characteristics of the quadriceps muscle in ACLR participants (n = 11, month post-surgery: 69.4 ± 22.4) compared to controls matched by sex, age, height, weight, limb dominance, and activity level… CONTINUE READING
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