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Effect of external loading on in vitro measured muscle induced calcanear and talar motion

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Positive values indicate flexion, valgus and external rotation.
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Figure 1: Positive values indicate flexion, valgus and external rotation.

Mentions: Figure 1 presents the main muscle function as derived from the three dimensional movement of the talus and calcaneus for forces applied onto the tendons of the pretibial muscles (Figure 1A), onto the tendons of Mm. peronei (Figure 1B) and onto the Achilles tendon (Figure 1C) for the three loading conditions. A pronounced effect of the load bearing condition on the bone motion is found for the pretibial muscles and Mm. peronei. Whereas for the latter, mainly sagittal plane rotations were affected, a pronounced effect in all three planes was found for the pretibial muscles.


Effect of external loading on in vitro measured muscle induced calcanear and talar motion
Positive values indicate flexion, valgus and external rotation.
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Figure 1: Positive values indicate flexion, valgus and external rotation.
Mentions: Figure 1 presents the main muscle function as derived from the three dimensional movement of the talus and calcaneus for forces applied onto the tendons of the pretibial muscles (Figure 1A), onto the tendons of Mm. peronei (Figure 1B) and onto the Achilles tendon (Figure 1C) for the three loading conditions. A pronounced effect of the load bearing condition on the bone motion is found for the pretibial muscles and Mm. peronei. Whereas for the latter, mainly sagittal plane rotations were affected, a pronounced effect in all three planes was found for the pretibial muscles.

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No MeSH data available.