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Article_Title: BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE HUMAN HIP JOINT
Authors: Fazakas Roland, Fruja Dan, Deme Paul, Damian Gratian, Apostol Albert
Affiliation: “Vasile Goldis” Western University, Arad, Faculty of Medicine Pharmacy and Dental Medicine
Department of General Medicine
Abstract: Total hip replacement is the most commonly practiced orthopedic surgery of our days. But to perform this surgery with best results, we have to understand, how the coxofemoral joint work, we must understand it’s biomechanics. To explain the forces acting on the hip joint, and to explain the behavior of the proximal end of the femur, a series of experimental studies were made, that used very sophisticated equipment. The progress of modern imaging (especially acquisitions of computer tomography of the hip), appearance of tridimensional extensometer transducers, hip simulators, mathematical tool improvements (especially Finite Element Method) and software techniques, have allowed the development of complex spatial patterns, modeled after the features of the human hip. Basic knowledge of biomechanics is essential for understanding the hip joint, and after that to understand which disturbance of normal biomechanics can lead to arthritic lesions.
Keywords: BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES, HIP JOINT, HIP REPLACEMENT.
References: 1. A. Tözeren, Human Body Dynamics: Classical Mechanics and Human Movemen, Springer-Verlag New York, 2000

2. A. Halim, Surface and Radiological Anatomy, Third Edition, Satish Kumar Jain, New Delhi, India 2011: 97-100.

3. H. B. Skinner, Current Diagnosis & Treatment in Orthopedics, Fourth Edition, The McGraw-Hill Companies, USA 2006

4. J. Hodler, G.K. von Schulthess, Ch.L. Zollikofer, Musculoscheletal Diseases, 45th Edition, Springer-Verlag Italia 2013

5. M. Popescu, T. Trandafir, Artrologie si Biomecanica, Editura Scaiul, Bucuresti 1998.
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Article Title: BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE HUMAN HIP JOINT
Authors: Fazakas Roland, Fruja Dan, Deme Paul, Damian Gratian, Apostol Albert
Affiliation: “Vasile Goldis” Western University, Arad, Faculty of Medicine Pharmacy and Dental Medicine
Department of General Medicine
Abstract: Total hip replacement is the most commonly practiced orthopedic surgery of our days. But to perform this surgery with best results, we have to understand, how the coxofemoral joint work, we must understand it’s biomechanics. To explain the forces acting on the hip joint, and to explain the behavior of the proximal end of the femur, a series of experimental studies were made, that used very sophisticated equipment. The progress of modern imaging (especially acquisitions of computer tomography of the hip), appearance of tridimensional extensometer transducers, hip simulators, mathematical tool improvements (especially Finite Element Method) and software techniques, have allowed the development of complex spatial patterns, modeled after the features of the human hip. Basic knowledge of biomechanics is essential for understanding the hip joint, and after that to understand which disturbance of normal biomechanics can lead to arthritic lesions.
Keywords: BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES, HIP JOINT, HIP REPLACEMENT.
References: 1. A. Tözeren, Human Body Dynamics: Classical Mechanics and Human Movemen, Springer-Verlag New York, 2000

2. A. Halim, Surface and Radiological Anatomy, Third Edition, Satish Kumar Jain, New Delhi, India 2011: 97-100.

3. H. B. Skinner, Current Diagnosis & Treatment in Orthopedics, Fourth Edition, The McGraw-Hill Companies, USA 2006

4. J. Hodler, G.K. von Schulthess, Ch.L. Zollikofer, Musculoscheletal Diseases, 45th Edition, Springer-Verlag Italia 2013

5. M. Popescu, T. Trandafir, Artrologie si Biomecanica, Editura Scaiul, Bucuresti 1998.
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