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“…These techniques can suffer from artifacts, limited precision, and can not measure the 3D position of the meniscus and the condyles at the same time. Different cadaver studies have obtained highly reproducible results [27,29,35]. Because the real muscle forces and neuromuscular coordination patterns are unknown, however, it is difficult to transfer in vitro data onto the situation in the living.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These techniques can suffer from artifacts, limited precision, and can not measure the 3D position of the meniscus and the condyles at the same time. Different cadaver studies have obtained highly reproducible results [27,29,35]. Because the real muscle forces and neuromuscular coordination patterns are unknown, however, it is difficult to transfer in vitro data onto the situation in the living.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This system allowed accurate measurements of 5-DOF knee kinematics at selected knee flexion angles and also provided a non-contact method of determining the in situ force in the ACL. 12,13,22 Additionally, each knee specimen was tested in the ACL intact and ACL deficient states with a range of applied ITB forces. Since identical loading conditions were applied to the intact and ligament deficient knees of the same specimen, interspecimen variability was minimized, and the statistical power increased.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The position and orientation repeatability of the robotic manipulator is less than 0.2 mm and 0.28. 12 The UFS can measure three forces and three moments along a Cartesian axis system with a repeatability of 0.2 N for forces and 0.01 N-m for moments. 13 An aluminum frame specially designed to allow application of ITB tension through a weight and pulley system was connected to the femoral fixture of the robotic/UFS testing system (Fig.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Furthermore, in order to determine the in situ forces in the anterolateral structures as well as their contributions to joint stability, the principle of superposition must be applied appropriately during the use of robotic testing systems. The principle of superposition requires three fundamental assumptions: (1) There is no interaction between the structures of interest, (2) the bony tissue is rigid relative to the ligaments, and (3) the position of each bone is accurately reproduced [54]. Dissection of the anterolateral capsule or iliotibial band (ITB) or both results in increased rotational movement in ACL-deficient knees, indicating a secondary role of these structures in rotational stability.…”
Section: Anatomical and Biomechanical Implications Of The Anterolatermentioning
confidence: 99%