No consensus exists on how to model human articulations within musculoskeletal models (MSKM). We propose to evaluate a joint model based on their anatomical consistency (AC), i.e. by quantifying ligament and cartilage deformation associated to its motion: to be consistent with articular physiology this deformation should be minimum. We compared AC of three ankle joint models with increasing personalisation and showed that a higher personalisation better complies with the expected physiological behaviour.

Musculoskeletal Modelling: relevance of model anatomical consistency

Michele Conconi;Nicola Sancisi;
2021

Abstract

No consensus exists on how to model human articulations within musculoskeletal models (MSKM). We propose to evaluate a joint model based on their anatomical consistency (AC), i.e. by quantifying ligament and cartilage deformation associated to its motion: to be consistent with articular physiology this deformation should be minimum. We compared AC of three ankle joint models with increasing personalisation and showed that a higher personalisation better complies with the expected physiological behaviour.
XXVIII Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics
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Michele Conconi, Erica Montefiori, Nicola Sancisi, Claudia Mazzà
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