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Archive » 1991 » 4 » | Archive » Medical field » Fields » Orthopaedics »

Clinical use of the mathematical model of the hip

 
Abstract:

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The basic features of a simple static three-dimensional mathematical model of an adult hip in a monopodal body position are given. The described model can be used in clinical practice to evaluate mechanical effects of different surgical procedures on the hip. A dew examples of clinical application of the model are presented.

Authors:
Antolič Vane, Iglič Aleš, Srakar France, et al.

Keywords:
hip joint, biomechanic, models theoretical

Cite as:
Med Razgl. 1991; 30: 527–35.
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