All about were evidences of a furious struggle; small sprouts of poison-oak were bent and denuded of leaf and bark; dead and rotting leaves had been pushed into heaps and ridges on both sides of the legs by the action of other feet than theirs; alongside the hips were unmistakable impressions of human knees
In last month's article, "Dogs' Knees' Needs," I described the structure of the canine stifle joint and how it differs from the human knee
. The slope to the tibia is one of the biggest contributing factors to this injury.
The first section covers the relevant anatomy of the human knee
and discusses several important principles of TKA such as limb axis, femoral referencing, and implant constraint.
The action was an inspired mechanical adaptation of the human knee
. The resulting gun was long and heavy and, revolutionary though it was, it failed to generate any significant military sales.
These technologies from the world have the power of regeneration of cartilage in human knee
Soft tissue restraints to lateral patellar translation in human knee
. Am J Sports Med 1998;26(1):59-65.
Sometimes incomplete adaptation is to blame--the human knee
joint never fully adapted to upright walking and many people suffer terrible torn ligaments as a result.
Barber said the decision to euthanise Denman was taken after the deterioration of the horse's stifle, the equine equivalent of a human knee
. In a statement yesterday morning, Paul nicholls, who trained Denman for Barber and Harry Findlay, said: "It is with regret I have to report our hugely popular Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Denman was put to sleep painlessly yesterday.
As my old mother once remarked, in those sighing tones of a slowly boiling kettle, God was not at his best when he made the human knee
- not mine, anyway.
The composition of normal and osteoarthritic articular cartilage from human knee
A variety of robotic orthoses have been developed to assist human knee
joints for locomotion.