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A direct comparison of telemetered in-vivo hip joint contact forces with those calculated using a 3D mathematical model of the lower limb

Stansfield, B.W. and Nicol, A.C. and Paul, J.P. and Kelly, I.G. and Graichen, F. and Bergmann, G. (2001) A direct comparison of telemetered in-vivo hip joint contact forces with those calculated using a 3D mathematical model of the lower limb. In: 13th International Congress on Biomechanics: Book of Abstracts. Dept. of Human Movement Studies, Universiy of Western Australia, Nedlands, Western Australia, pp. 186-187. ISBN 0646068997

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Abstract

Paper comparing telemetered in-vivo hip joint contact forces with those calculated using a 3D mathematical model of the lower limb.