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Identification of Methods for Estimating Knee Rotation Axis

Author(s): Maude Traullé, Jean Mazeas, Amaury Vandebrouck, Pascal Duffiet, Louis Ratte, Florian Forelli

The Quantified Motion Analysis (QMA) has become in recent years a clinical examination whose understanding and improvement are being developed. Based on a three-dimensional projection of the body segments, the QMA must define these segments and their means of union, the axes and centers of articular rotation. Two main techniques exist: predictive estimation techniques and functional techniques which use a calibration movement to estimate the axes and centers of rotation. These latter techniques, known as functional, seem to show superiority in terms of reproducibility of the estimate of the axis of rotation of the knee, but no consensus exists. The same applies to the calibration movements used.

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