Patient-specific solutions

The AnyBody Modeling System can be used to evaluate patient-specific kinematics and kinetics before and after virtual surgery. The musculoskeletal models are fully parametric and bone shapes, body mass, and strength etc. can be scaled to become patient specific. The predicted loads reflect the forces acting inside the body accounting for external applied loads and muscle contraction forces.

Examples for a patient-specific model:

  • Subject specific posture and motion
  • Subject specific musculoskeletal model based on MRI/CT
  • Subject specific implant positioning

Selected papers

  • Rothammer B, Wolf A, Winkler A, Schulte-Hubbert F, Bartz M, Wartzack S, Miehling J, Marian M, (2023), “Subject-specific tribo-contact conditions in total knee replacements: a simulation framework across scales”. Biomech. Model. Mechanobiol., [ DOIWWW ]
  • Flores C, Celik H, Hoenecke H, D’Lima DD, (2022), “Subject-Specific Computational Modeling of Acromioclavicular and Coracoclavicular Ligaments”. J. Shoulder Elbow Surg., [ DOIWWW ]
  • Andersen MS, Pedersen D, (2022), “Methodology to identify optimal subject-specific laxity tests to stretch individual parts of knee ligaments”. Med. Eng. Phys., pp. 103871. [ DOIWWW ]
  • De Pieri E, Friesenbichler B, List R, Monn S, Casartelli NC, Leunig M, Ferguson SJ, (2021), “Subject-Specific Modeling of Femoral Torsion Influences the Prediction of Hip Loading During Gait in Asymptomatic Adults”. Front Bioeng Biotechnol, vol. 9, pp. 679360. [ DOIWWW ]
  • Zhang Q, Chen Z, Zhang Z, Jin Z, Muratoglu OK, Varadarajan KM, (2020), “Leveraging subject-specific musculoskeletal modeling to assess effect of anterior cruciate ligament retaining total knee arthroplasty during walking gait”. Proc. Inst. Mech. Eng. H, pp. 954411920947204. [ DOIWWW ]
  • Ignasiak D, Ferguson SJ (2014), “Simulation of Spinal Loading: Importance of SubjectSpecific Posture and Motion Patterns“, Global Spine Journal, vol. 4, pp. s-0034-1376548-s-0034- 1376548. [DOI]
  • Dejtiar DL, Dzialo CM, Pedersen PH, Jensen KK, Fleron M, Andersen MS (2019), “Development and evaluation of a subject-specific lower limb model with an 11 DOF natural knee model using MRI and EOS during a quasi-static lunge“, J. Biomech. Eng.. [DOI]
  • Marra MA, Vanheule V, Fluit R, Koopman BH, Rasmussen J, Verdonschot N, Andersen MS (2015), “A subject-specific musculoskeletal modeling framework to predict in vivo mechanics of total knee arthroplasty“, J. Biomech. Eng., vol. 137, pp. 020904. [DOIWWW]
  • More papers on orthopedics