knee joint

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Synonyms for knee joint

hinge joint in the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur and protected in front by the patella

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Considering that proper alignment could be achieved using conventional TKR based on full-length lower extremity radiography and contour and rotation could be decided using knee joint CT, we propose that PSIs could be designed based solely on knee joint CT and full-length lower extremity radiography.
The patient was referred to the radiology department for bilateral knee joint and hip radiography.
Murlimanju BV et al [28] also reported a complete type of discoid lateral meniscus, which was found on the left knee joint of an embalmed female foetal cadaver.
A knee brace surrounds the knee joint with compression and stabilises the knee, giving support where needed.
Our new design features a parallel knee joint to improve the bioimitability and adaptability of the exoskeleton," he said in a press release.
Increasing muscle strength helps stabilise your knee joint, making it less susceptible to further injury.
Knee pain or injury causes the knee muscles to switch off from working fully, these muscles should be supporting and protecting the knee joint.
Rotation of the knee joint about the three axes was calculated and pelvic translational and rotational motions were analyzed.
Backgrounds and Objectives: This study aimed to retrospectively analyze the clinical data of 112 post-traumatic knee stiffness (PTKS) patients treated in our hospital from February 2004 to November 2010 and explore the treatment strategies for post-traumatic stiffness of the knee joint.
A 37-year-old housewife was referred to our knee joint clinic in January 2011 with a complaint of bilateral knee pain.
This volume contains 11 chapters on the use of advanced quantitative imaging in knee joint repair, addressing the role of advanced imaging in repaired soft tissue monitoring, post-surgical management, clinical applications in regenerative medicine, and future developments, including prevention strategies.
2006), while during skiing, there is a large flexion in the knee joint through the entire turn (Kroll et al.
The knee joint is a common site of osteoarthritis, and in many people the condition progresses until total knee replacement becomes necessary.
On the same day after surgery the knee joint scores and functional scores of the two groups were similar which evidently increased three months later with significant intra-group and inter-group differences (p less than 0.
15 (SUNA) President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Al- Basher left Friday noon the Royal Care hospital to his residency after he spent the period decided by the doctors after the successful surgical operation on the other knee joint he underwent last Monday evening.