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Assessment of surgical correction of patello-femoral instability by EOS 3D kinematics
Patella instability induces repetitive patella dislocation, which impairs day-to-day life. Surgery is commonly used to stabilise the patella during knee flexion. However proofs of efficacy of surgery on patello-femoral kinematics have not yet been found. Analysis of the patello-femoral kinematics is crucial to understand, assess et correct the patella instability. The investigators have developed, validated and published a 3D analysis method from biplanar X-rays (EOS 3D imaging). Our aim in this study is to assess the correction of the patello-femoral kinematics after surgery using the EOS 3D imaging method.
EOS 3D imaging protocol pre- and post-surgery
Not yet recruiting
University Hospital, Montpellier
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-11-03T15:10:57-0500
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