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The knee : current concepts in kinematics, injury types & treatment options / Randy Mascarenhas, editor.

Contributor(s): Mascarenhas, Randy [editor.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Muscular System - Anatomy, Functions and InjuriesPublisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, [2012]Copyright date: ©2012Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781619422780; 1619422786Subject(s): Knee -- Wounds and injuries | Knee -- Wounds and injuries -- Treatment | Knee -- Wounds and injuries -- Prevention | Knee | Wounds and Injuries | Therapeutics | MEDICAL -- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation | Knee -- Wounds and injuries | Knee -- Wounds and injuries -- Prevention | Knee -- Wounds and injuries -- TreatmentGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: The kneeDDC classification: 617.582 LOC classification: RD561NLM classification: WE 872Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
THE KNEE CURRENT CONCEPTS IN KINEMATICS, INJURY TYPES, AND TREATMENT OPTIONS -- THE KNEE CURRENT CONCEPTS IN KINEMATICS, INJURY TYPES, AND TREATMENT OPTIONS -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- BIOMECHANICAL RESPONSE OF THE KNEE IN SPORTS INJURY SCENARIOS -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- Injury in Sports -- Sports Participation -- Injury Incidence -- Risk Factors for Injury -- Knee Biomechanics -- Tissue Properties -- Biomechanical Function of the Knee Joint -- Acute Knee Injuries -- Ligamentous Injury -- Analysis of Knee Injury Mechanisms
Experimentally Produced Knee Injuries Knee Kinetics -- Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis -- Risk Factors and Epidemiology -- Bone Bruises -- Osteochondral Microdamage -- 2. METHODS -- Knee Specimens -- Data Recording and Statistics -- 3. INJURIES DUE TO TIBIOFEMORAL COMPRESSION (TFC) -- Loading Methods -- Results -- DISCUSSION -- 4. INJURIES DUE TO INTERNAL TIBIAL TORSION (ITT) -- Loading Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 5. INJURIES DUE TO HYPEREXTENSION (HE) -- Loading Methods -- Results -- Discussion
6. INJURIES DUE TO VALGUS BENDING (VB) Loading Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 7. CONTACT PRESSURES -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 8. COMPUTATIONAL MODELING OF JOINT INJURY -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 9. CONTACT INDUCED OSTEOCHONDRAL MICROTRAUMA -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 10. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION -- Isolated ACL Injury -- Tibiofemoral Compression -- Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 3D COMPUTATIONAL MODELING OF THE HUMAN KNEE IN PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE
ABSTRACT1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. MATERIAL AND METHODS -- 2.1. Knee Joint Geometry -- 2.2. Behavior of Biological Tissues -- 2.3. Enforcement of Initial Strains -- 2.4. Boundary Conditions -- 3. RESULTS -- CASE I: Flexion of 60 Degrees of the Femur (Simplified Model) -- CASE II: Static Compression of the Tibia of 1150 N (Full Model) -- CASE III: Flexion of 10 Degree of the Complete Model -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- EFFECT OF A LOWER LIMB INJURY PREVENTION PROGRAM ON LANDING POSITION IN FEMALE BASKETBALL ATHLETES -- ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION METHODS -- Study Population -- Continuous Jump Testing -- Balance Ability Testing -- Prevention Program -- Statistical Analysis -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- DELETORIOUS EFFECTS OF FATIGUE ON KNEE JOINT PROPRIOCEPTION IN SOCCER PLAYERS -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- METHODS -- Subjects and Study Design -- Assessment of Rate of Perceived Exertion -- Assessment of Knee Joint Position Sense -- DATA ANALYSIS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES
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THE KNEE CURRENT CONCEPTS IN KINEMATICS, INJURY TYPES, AND TREATMENT OPTIONS -- THE KNEE CURRENT CONCEPTS IN KINEMATICS, INJURY TYPES, AND TREATMENT OPTIONS -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- BIOMECHANICAL RESPONSE OF THE KNEE IN SPORTS INJURY SCENARIOS -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- Injury in Sports -- Sports Participation -- Injury Incidence -- Risk Factors for Injury -- Knee Biomechanics -- Tissue Properties -- Biomechanical Function of the Knee Joint -- Acute Knee Injuries -- Ligamentous Injury -- Analysis of Knee Injury Mechanisms

Experimentally Produced Knee Injuries Knee Kinetics -- Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis -- Risk Factors and Epidemiology -- Bone Bruises -- Osteochondral Microdamage -- 2. METHODS -- Knee Specimens -- Data Recording and Statistics -- 3. INJURIES DUE TO TIBIOFEMORAL COMPRESSION (TFC) -- Loading Methods -- Results -- DISCUSSION -- 4. INJURIES DUE TO INTERNAL TIBIAL TORSION (ITT) -- Loading Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 5. INJURIES DUE TO HYPEREXTENSION (HE) -- Loading Methods -- Results -- Discussion

6. INJURIES DUE TO VALGUS BENDING (VB) Loading Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 7. CONTACT PRESSURES -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 8. COMPUTATIONAL MODELING OF JOINT INJURY -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 9. CONTACT INDUCED OSTEOCHONDRAL MICROTRAUMA -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- 10. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION -- Isolated ACL Injury -- Tibiofemoral Compression -- Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 3D COMPUTATIONAL MODELING OF THE HUMAN KNEE IN PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE

ABSTRACT1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. MATERIAL AND METHODS -- 2.1. Knee Joint Geometry -- 2.2. Behavior of Biological Tissues -- 2.3. Enforcement of Initial Strains -- 2.4. Boundary Conditions -- 3. RESULTS -- CASE I: Flexion of 60 Degrees of the Femur (Simplified Model) -- CASE II: Static Compression of the Tibia of 1150 N (Full Model) -- CASE III: Flexion of 10 Degree of the Complete Model -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- EFFECT OF A LOWER LIMB INJURY PREVENTION PROGRAM ON LANDING POSITION IN FEMALE BASKETBALL ATHLETES -- ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION METHODS -- Study Population -- Continuous Jump Testing -- Balance Ability Testing -- Prevention Program -- Statistical Analysis -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- DELETORIOUS EFFECTS OF FATIGUE ON KNEE JOINT PROPRIOCEPTION IN SOCCER PLAYERS -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- METHODS -- Subjects and Study Design -- Assessment of Rate of Perceived Exertion -- Assessment of Knee Joint Position Sense -- DATA ANALYSIS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES

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