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Objective measurement of knee laxity and stiffness with reference to knee injury diagnosis. Part 2: Results.

Equipment capable of objective knee analysis has been used to obtain data from 85 'normal' healthy knees, 47 patients suffering with knee disorders, and three cadaveric knee joints. Among the 'normals' it was found that there was a correlation between body weight and stiffness and laxity. A lower stiffness and higher laxity was recorded at 20 degrees of knee flexion than at 90 degrees. Using relative-paired difference analysis the variables affected by different injuries in patients were identified and are presented. In a separate analysis a multi-variate technique is used to interpret the data. The technique could be used to predict or diagnose knee injury, and as such may be highly useful to clinicians.[1]

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  1. Objective measurement of knee laxity and stiffness with reference to knee injury diagnosis. Part 2: Results. Dahlkvist, N.J., Seedhom, B.B. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Part H, Journal of engineering in medicine. (1990) [Pubmed]
 
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