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  • Journal article
    Modenese L, Phillips ATM, Bull AMJ, 2011,

    An open source lower limb model: Hip joint validation

    , Journal of Biomechanics, Vol: 44, Pages: 2185-2193, ISSN: 0021-9290
  • Journal article
    Shaheen AF, Alexander CM, Bull AM, 2011,

    Effects of attachment position and shoulder orientation during calibration on the accuracy of the acromial tracker

    , J Biomech., Vol: 44, Pages: 1410-1413

    The acromial tracker is used to measure scapular rotations during dynamic movements. The method has low accuracy in high elevations and is sensitive to its attachment location on the acromion. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of the attachment position and shoulder orientation during calibration on the tracker accuracy. The tracker was attached to one of three positions: near the anterior edge of the acromion process, just above the acromial angle and the meeting point between the acromion and the scapular spine. The scapula locator was used to track the scapula during bilateral abduction simultaneously. The locator was used to calibrate the tracker at: no abduction, 30 degrees , 60 degrees , 90 degrees and 120 degrees humerothoracic abduction. ANOVA tests compared RMS errors for different attachment positions and calibration angles. The results showed that attaching the device at the meeting point between the acromion and the scapular spine gave the smallest errors and it was best to calibrate the device at 60 degrees for elevations </=90 degrees , at 120 degrees for elevations >90 degrees and at 90 degrees or 120 degrees for the full range of abduction. The accuracy of the tracker is significantly improved if attached appropriately and calibrated for the range of movement being measured

  • Journal article
    Ramasamy A, Masouros SD, Newell N, Hill AM, Proud WG, Brown KA, Bull AMJ, Clasper JCet al., 2011,

    In-vehicle extremity injuries from improvised explosive devices: current and future foci

  • Journal article
    Clarke SG, Phillips ATM, Bull AMJ, 2011,

    Evaluating a suitable level of model complexity for finite element analysis of the intact acetabulum

    , Computational Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering
  • Journal article
    Mackenzie HAM, Bull AMJ, McGregor AH, 2008,

    Changes in rowing technique over a routine one hour low intensity high volume training session

    , JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCE AND MEDICINE, Vol: 7, Pages: 486-491, ISSN: 1303-2968
  • Journal article
    Masouros SD, McDermott ID, Amis AA, AMJ Bet al., 2008,

    Biomechanics of the meniscus-meniscal ligament construct of the knee

    , KNEE SURG SPORT TR A, Vol: 16, Pages: 1121-1132, ISSN: 0942-2056

    The menisci of the knee act primarily to redistribute contact force across the tibio-femoral articulation. This meniscal function is achieved through a combination of the material, geometry and attachments of the menisci. The main ligaments that attach the menisci to the tibia (insertional ligaments, deep medial collateral ligament), the femur (meniscofemoral ligaments, deep medial collateral ligament) and each other (the anterior intermeniscal ligament) are the means by which the contact force between tibia and femur is distributed into hoop stresses in the menisci to reduce contact pressure at the joint. This means that the functional biomechanics of the menisci cannot be considered in isolation and should be considered as the functional biomechanics of the meniscus-meniscal ligament construct. This article presents the current knowledge on the anatomy and functional biomechanics of the meniscus and its associated ligaments. Much is known about the function of the meniscus-meniscal ligament construct; however, there still remain significant gaps in the literature in terms of the properties of the anterior intermeniscal ligament and its function, the properties of the insertional ligaments, and the most appropriate ways to reconstruct meniscal function surgically.

  • Journal article
    Bull AMJ, Kessler O, Alam M, Amis AAet al., 2008,

    Changes in knee kinematics reflect the articular geometry after arthroplasty

    , CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCH, Vol: 466, Pages: 2491-2499, ISSN: 0009-921X
  • Journal article
    McDermott ID, Lie DTT, Edwards A, Bull AMJ, Amis AAet al., 2008,

    The effects of lateral meniscal allograft transplantation techniques on tibio-femoral contact pressures

    , KNEE SURGERY SPORTS TRAUMATOLOGY ARTHROSCOPY, Vol: 16, Pages: 553-560, ISSN: 0942-2056
  • Journal article
    Hopkins AR, Hansen UN, Bull AM, Emery R, Amis AAet al., 2008,

    Fixation of the reversed shoulder prosthesis

    , J Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 2008
  • Journal article
    Apsingi S, Nguyen T, Bull AMJ, Unwin A, Deehan DJ, Amis AAet al., 2008,

    Control of laxity in knees with combined posterior cruciate ligament and posterolateral corner deficiency - Comparison of single-bundle versus double-bundle posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction combined with modified Larson posterolateral corner reconstruction

    , AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE, Vol: 36, Pages: 487-494, ISSN: 0363-5465

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