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“…Elaborate studies in larger animal models confirmed these findings, even though with generally lower joint loading in quadrupeds. Stress loads of 1.5-3.5 BW patellofemoral were described in cats 33 and 2.1 BW tibiofemoral in the sheep model. 34 Although no data are available in the minipig model, we consider joint load in both locations as similar.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Elaborate studies in larger animal models confirmed these findings, even though with generally lower joint loading in quadrupeds. Stress loads of 1.5-3.5 BW patellofemoral were described in cats 33 and 2.1 BW tibiofemoral in the sheep model. 34 Although no data are available in the minipig model, we consider joint load in both locations as similar.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…6;Hasler et al 1996). Similarly, the corresponding joint pressures decreased because of the reduced muscle forces and altered gait kinematics.…”
Section: Hindlimb and Joint Mechanics In The Acl-transected Catmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…Average contact pressures on the femoral condyle were estimated by calculating the joint contact forces from the knee extensor torques (Hasler et al, 1996) and by dividing the contact forces by the measured tibio-femoral contact areas obtained using two-photon microscopy and post-sacrifice morphometric measurements.…”
Section: Experimental Setup and Controlled Muscle Force Applicationmentioning
confidence: 99%