The Virtual Human Knee (VHK) is a model of ligament and articular surface mechanics in healthy adults combining imaging, knee testing, human experiments and statistical methods.

The Virtual Human Knee (VHK) aims at quantifying individual variations in ligament and tibiofemoral articular surface mechanics across healthy adults. To this purpose, imaging, 6DOF testing of knee specimens, human experiments and statistical methods are used. The results will constitute e reference database for optimizing orthopedic practice toward personalized knee reconstruction surgery.

Mirror website: https://www.researchgate.net/project/The-Virtual-Human-Knee-ligament-and-articular-surface-mechanics-in-healthy-adults


Experimental determination of 3D knee compliance

Feb 6, 2019

The pilot experiment drawing a link between clinically-viable uniaxial laxity test and 3D knee compliance have just gone out.

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