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Subject-specific Musculoskeletal Model for Studying Bone Strain During Dynamic Motion
 

Subject-specific Musculoskeletal Model for Studying Bone Strain During Dynamic Motion

Article DOI: 10.3791/56759
April 11th, 2018

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Summary April 11th, 2018

During landing, lower-body bones experience large mechanical loads and are deformed. It is essential to measure bone deformation to better understand the mechanisms of bone stress injuries associated with impacts. A novel approach integrating subject-specific musculoskeletal modeling and finite element analysis is used to measure tibial strain during dynamic movements.

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