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( a ) A dissected porcine functional spinal unit from the C3–C4 level with ...
Published Online: July 16, 2024
Fig. 1 ( a ) A dissected porcine functional spinal unit from the C3–C4 level with soft tissue removed, anterior view. ( b ) A dissected porcine functional spinal unit from the C5–C6 level with soft tissue removed, anterolateral view. More about this image found in ( a ) A dissected porcine functional spinal unit from the C3–C4 level with ...
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( a ) Single-layer intralamellar tensile testing schematic. ( b ) Sample st...
Published Online: July 16, 2024
Fig. 2 ( a ) Single-layer intralamellar tensile testing schematic. ( b ) Sample stress–strain curve from a single-layer test. Calculated variables included end of toe region stress and strain (A), Young's modulus (B), initial failure stress and corresponding strain (C), and ultimate stress and cor... More about this image found in ( a ) Single-layer intralamellar tensile testing schematic. ( b ) Sample st...
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Example best-fit overall circle (red line) to the sagittal profile (green l...
Published Online: July 16, 2024
Fig. 1 Example best-fit overall circle (red line) to the sagittal profile (green line) of the medial femoral condyle for a specimen. The horizontal and vertical axes labels are the femoral anterior-posterior (AP) axis the the femoral proximal-distal (PD) axis, respectively. The 0 deg flexion refer... More about this image found in Example best-fit overall circle (red line) to the sagittal profile (green l...
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Mean and 95% confidence intervals of the standardized radii of best-fit seg...
Published Online: July 16, 2024
Fig. 2 Mean and 95% confidence intervals of the standardized radii of best-fit segment circles at 15 deg increments of arc length along the sagittal profiles of the 3D femur models for the medial and lateral femoral condyles. Horizontal lines indicate means over the flexion angle range spanned by ... More about this image found in Mean and 95% confidence intervals of the standardized radii of best-fit seg...
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Plots of the mean centers of curvature (red dots) for the standardized radi...
Published Online: July 16, 2024
Fig. 3 Plots of the mean centers of curvature (red dots) for the standardized radii of best-fit segment circles for the medial and lateral femoral condyles and standardized sagittal profiles for each 3D femur model More about this image found in Plots of the mean centers of curvature (red dots) for the standardized radi...
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Column graph illustrating the radii of the medial and lateral femoral condy...
Published Online: July 16, 2024
Fig. 4 Column graph illustrating the radii of the medial and lateral femoral condyles for the best-fit overall circles over the flexion range 15 deg–105 deg for each of the 11 femur models More about this image found in Column graph illustrating the radii of the medial and lateral femoral condy...
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Diagram showing the difference between tibiofemoral kinematics and tibial c...
Published Online: July 16, 2024
Fig. 1 Diagram showing the difference between tibiofemoral kinematics and tibial contact kinematics based on the lowest point (LP) indicated by the black circle and the tibial contact point indicated by the open white circle, respectively. The posterior position of the lowest point relative to the... More about this image found in Diagram showing the difference between tibiofemoral kinematics and tibial c...
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Diagram showing the sagittal view of a femoral condyle and difference in A–...
Published Online: July 16, 2024
Fig. 2 Diagram showing the sagittal view of a femoral condyle and difference in A–P position (i.e., R F sin β ) when the A–P position is referenced to the plane of the tibial resection versus a plane in the anterior direction (e.g., perpendicular to tibial mechanical axis) More about this image found in Diagram showing the sagittal view of a femoral condyle and difference in A–...