Corrigendum to “Promising results of a non-invasive measurement of knee implant loosening using a loading device, CT-scans and 3D image analysis” [Clinical Biomechanics volume 104, 105930, April 2023, 105930]
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by Arthur J. Kievit, George S. Buijs, Johannes G.G. Dobbe, Maaike A. Ter Wee, Gino M.M.J. Kerkhoffs, Geert J. Streekstra, Matthias U. Schafroth, Leendert Blankevoort
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The authors regret for the below spelling and spacing errors in the article ..read more
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The effect of carbon fiber custom dynamic orthosis use and design on center of pressure progression and perceived smoothness in individuals with lower limb trauma
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by Sapna Sharma, Kirsten M. Anderson, Molly S. Pacha, Kierra J. Falbo, Clare Severe, Andrew H. Hansen, Brad D. Hendershot, Jason M. Wilken, CARBon Fiber Orthosis Research Network (CARBON), Sapna Sharma, Kirsten M. Anderson, Molly S. Pacha, Kierra J. Falbo, Clare Severe, Brad D. Hendershot, Jason M. Wilken, Juan Cave, Andrew H. Hansen, John M. Looft, Amber L. Wacek, Michael C. Willey
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Commercially available orthoses commonly used to treat limb trauma affect the timing of center of pressure progression relative to walking without an orthosis. Despite multiple design differences, monolithic and modular orthoses included in this study did not differ with respect to other measures of center of pressure progression. Perceived smoothness ratings were approximately 40% greater with the study orthoses as compared to previous studies in specialty centers, which may be due to a more gradual center of pressure progression, as indicted by lower peak magnitude of center of pressure velo ..read more
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Gait classification of knee osteoarthritis patients using shoe-embedded internal measurement units sensor
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by Ahmed Raza, Yusuke Sekiguchi, Haruki Yaguchi, Keita Honda, Kenichiro Fukushi, Chenhui Huang, Kazuki Ihara, Yoshitaka Nozaki, Kentaro Nakahara, Shin-Ichi Izumi, Satoru Ebihara
1w ago
Gait analysis using wearable sensors and machine learning can discriminate between healthy and knee osteoarthritis patients and classify different subgroups with reasonable accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity. The proposed approach requires no complex gait factors and is not limited to controlled laboratory settings ..read more
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Biomechanical improvements in gait following medial pivot knee implant surgery
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by D. Dabirrahmani, S. Farshidfar, J. Cadman, H. Shahidian, L. Kark, J. Sullivan, R. Appleyard
2w ago
Total knee replacements are used to improve function and reduce pain in patients with advanced osteoarthritis. The medially stabilising implant is designed to mimic a healthy knee. This study aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the kinematics and kinetics of a medially stabilising knee implant, comparing it to a healthy control group, as well as to its pre-operative state and the contralateral limb ..read more
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Plantar pressure reduction in the heel region through self-adjusting insoles with a heel cup in standard and individualized rocker shoes
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by Athra Malki, Mahdieh Hajibozorgi, Gijsbertus J. Verkerke, Rienk Dekker, Juha M. Hijmans
2w ago
The new insole paired with rocker shoe is effective in reducing peak pressure in the distal heel. To have similar (or more) success in proximal heel, one could replace the rocker midsole with more compliant materials. The rocker shoe used separately or combined with a heel cup effectively reduces the peak pressure in the forefoot and other toes ..read more
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Human-in-the-loop optimization of rocker shoe to reduce plantar pressure and collision work simultaneously
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by R.R. Kurnianto, J.M. Hijmans, C. Greve, H. Houdijk
2w ago
The Human-in-the-loop optimization approach resulted in individualized apex settings which performed on average similar to Chapman settings but, were superior in selected cases. In these cases, medial forefoot could be further offloaded with apex angles larger than generic settings. The larger apex angle might increase the external ankle moment arm and push-off work. However, there is limited room for improvement on collision work compared to generic settings ..read more
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Structural modification and biomechanical analysis of lumbar disc prosthesis: A finite element study
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by Haibo Ke, Yuan Guo, Xushu Zhang, Long Yin, Wenbin Nie, Yibo Zhao, Bin Zhao, Kai Zhang, Yunpeng Wen, Binping Ji, Ming Zhang
2w ago
The feasibility of the new intervertebral disc prostheses, Movcore and Mcopro, has been established. The Mcopro prosthesis, which features an artificial annular structure, offers significant advantages in terms of reduced mobility of the operative level and peak stress of facet joint ..read more
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Does spinopelvic alignment affect femoral head cartilage and the proximal femoral physis in slipped capital femoral epiphysis? A finite element analysis
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by Yogesh Kumaran, Muzammil Mumtaz, Carmen Quatman, Julie Samora, Sophia Soehnlen, Brett Hoffman, Sudharshan Tripathi, Norihiro Nishida, Vijay K. Goel
3w ago
Our findings suggest that posterior pelvic tilt and high pelvic incidence may lead to increased shear stress at the growth plate. Activities performed in patients with these alignments may predispose to biomechanical loading that shears the growth plate, potentially leading to slip ..read more
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Biomechanical role of bone grafting for calcaneal fracture fixation in the presence of bone defect: A finite element analysis
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by Zhihao Su, Ming Ding, Ning Zhu, James Chung-Wai Cheung, Duo Wai-Chi Wong, Wanju Sun, Ming Ni
3w ago
Our finite element prediction supported that bone grafting for fixation could enhance the stability and reduce the risk of secondary stress fracture in cases of bone defect in calcaneal fracture ..read more
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Biomechanical investigation of a customized interspinous spacer system in the treatment of degenerative disc diseases: A finite element analysis
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by Gaiping Zhao, Zhehua Jiang, Eryun Chen, Tong Ma, Jie Wu, Chengli Song, Weiqi Li
3w ago
Compared to other interspinous spacer devices, the novel interspinous fixation system demonstrated excellent stability, effectively distributing load on the intervertebral disc, and reducing the risk of spinous process fractures. The personalized design of the novel interspinous fixation system could be a viable option for treating degenerative disc diseases ..read more
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