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.
- Subject specific posture and motion
- Subject specific musculoskeletal model based on MRI/CT
- Subject specific implant positioning
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- 2015 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. [DOI, WWW]