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The Influence of knee Coronal Angle on knee Joint Loading

  • F. Johnson
  • W. Waugh
Part of the Strathclyde Bioengineering Seminars book series (KESE)


A technique of load analysis, based on the methods of Harrington and Morrison, which permits rapid estimation of knee joint forces is presented. Results are reported for 120 patients with a range of knee deformities.


Stance Phase Force Platform Knee Angle Valgus Knee Joint Force 
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  • F. Johnson
  • W. Waugh

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