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Kinematic Investigation, of a New Flexible Orthopedic Screw (FlexyScrew) for Repairing the Torn Scapholunate Ligament, with the Use of 3D-CT/Scan-Covariant Method and Demonstration on a 3D-Printed Model
Integrative Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology
Kinematic analysis with the use of 3D-CT/scan-reconstruction and covariant analysis gives the ability to have a detail kinematic prescription of the Scaphoid and Lunate bones and further of the Scapholunate joint when the wrist gets the extreme positions. This analysis can be used in the design criteria for the development of a new type screw FlexyScrew. Data obtained from the 3D-CT/scan-reconstruction and the use of covariant analysis give a detail kinematic analysis of the Scaphoid and lunatedoi:10.31038/ijot.2018114 fatcat:hdo2nd2g6vgrzh25npblfrsajm