Computer-assisted measurements of coronal knee joint laxity in vitro are related to low-stress behavior rather than structural properties of the collateral ligaments

W. T. Wilson, A. H. Deakin, S. C. Wearing, A. P. Payne, J. V. Clarke, F. Picard

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