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“…1,8,10,11,15,23,24 Using the arthrometric method, forces and moments are controlled and applied across the ankle complex, and the resulting displacement and rotation are measured. 9,10,17,19,25 These measurements reflect both the integrity and mechanical properties of the ligamentous, osseous, and cartilaginous structures of the ankle complex. 10 The objective of testing after ankle-ligament sectioning was to assess and compare the passive mechanical stability characteristics of the ankle complex between the intact and ligament-deficient ankles.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…1,8,10,11,15,23,24 Using the arthrometric method, forces and moments are controlled and applied across the ankle complex, and the resulting displacement and rotation are measured. 9,10,17,19,25 These measurements reflect both the integrity and mechanical properties of the ligamentous, osseous, and cartilaginous structures of the ankle complex. 10 The objective of testing after ankle-ligament sectioning was to assess and compare the passive mechanical stability characteristics of the ankle complex between the intact and ligament-deficient ankles.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…9,10 The spatial kinematic linkage is a 6-degrees-of-freedom electrogoniometer used for measurements of applied forces and moments and the resultant translations and rotations of the ankle complex. 9,10,17 The arthrometer spatial kinematic linkage connects the tibial pad to the footplate and measures the motion of the footplate relative to the tibial pad. 9,10 Ankle-flexion angle is measured from the plantar surface of the foot relative to the anterior tibia and determined by the 6-degrees-of-freedom electrogoniometer.…”
Section: Ankle Arthrometermentioning
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“…11,15,22 A spatial kinematic linkage is a 6 degrees-offreedom electrogoniometer used for measurements of applied forces and moments and the resultant translations and rotations of the ankle complex. 11,15,25 The arthrometer spatial linkage connected the tibial pad to the footplate and measured the motion of the footplate relative to the tibial pad. Ankle flexion angle was measured from the plantar surface of the foot relative to the anterior tibia and determined by the 6 degrees-of-freedom electrogoniometer within the instrumented linkage.…”
Section: Ankle Arthrometermentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[1][2][3] Valid and reliable measurements of the combined motions within the talocrural and subtalar joints (ankle complex) have been investigated fully and reported using the Hollis Ankle Arthrometer (Blue Bay Research, Inc, Navarre, FL). [3][4][5][6] Consisting of a 6-degrees-of-freedom spatial kinematic linkage, this device is described as a suitable evaluation tool that quantifies the anteroposterior (AP) load displacement and inversion-eversion (I-E) rotational characteristics of the ankle complex.…”
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