William Anderst
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Abnormal rotational knee motion during running after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
S Tashman, D Collon, K Anderson, P Kolowich, W Anderst
The American journal of sports medicine 32 (4), 975-983, 2004
A study of the response of the human cadaver head to impact
WN Hardy, MJ Mason, CD Foster, CS Shah, JM Kopacz, KH Yang, AI King, ...
Stapp car crash journal 51, 17, 2007
In-Vivo Measurement of Dynamic Joint Motion Using High Speed Biplane Radiography and CT: Application to Canine ACL Deficiency
S Tashman, W Anderst
J. Biomech. Eng. 125 (2), 238-245, 2003
Dynamic function of the ACL-reconstructed knee during running
S Tashman, P Kolowich, D Collon, K Anderson, W Anderst
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® 454, 66-73, 2007
The location of femoral and tibial tunnels in anatomic double-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction analyzed by three-dimensional computed tomography models
B Forsythe, S Kopf, AK Wong, CAQ Martins, W Anderst, S Tashman, ...
JBJS 92 (6), 1418-1426, 2010
Nonanatomic tunnel position in traditional transtibial single-bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction evaluated by three-dimensional computed tomography
S Kopf, B Forsythe, AK Wong, S Tashman, W Anderst, JJ Irrgang, FH Fu
JBJS 92 (6), 1427-1431, 2010
Validation of three-dimensional model-based tibio-femoral tracking during running
W Anderst, R Zauel, J Bishop, E Demps, S Tashman
Medical engineering & physics 31 (1), 10-16, 2009
In vivo measurement of 3-D skeletal kinematics from sequences of biplane radiographs: application to knee kinematics
BM You, P Siy, W Anderst, S Tashman
IEEE transactions on medical imaging 20 (6), 514-525, 2001
Kinematics of the ACL‐deficient canine knee during gait: serial changes over two years
S Tashman, W Anderst, P Kolowich, S Havstad, S Arnoczky
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 22 (5), 931-941, 2004
A method to estimate in vivo dynamic articular surface interaction
WJ Anderst, S Tashman
Journal of biomechanics 36 (9), 1291-1299, 2003
Validation of a noninvasive technique to precisely measure in vivo three-dimensional cervical spine movement
WJ Anderst, E Baillargeon, WF Donaldson III, JY Lee, JD Kang
Spine 36 (6), E393-E400, 2011
Bi-plane X-ray imaging system
S Tashman, J Princehorn, S Pennatto, W Anderst
US Patent 7,806,589, 2010
Three-dimensional intervertebral kinematics in the healthy young adult cervical spine during dynamic functional loading
WJ Anderst, WF Donaldson III, JY Lee, JD Kang
Journal of biomechanics 48 (7), 1286-1293, 2015
Motion path of the instant center of rotation in the cervical spine during in vivo dynamic flexion-extension: implications for artificial disc design and evaluation of motion …
W Anderst, E Baillargeon, W Donaldson, J Lee, J Kang
Spine 38 (10), E594-E601, 2013
The association between velocity of the center of closest proximity on subchondral bones and osteoarthritis progression
WJ Anderst, S Tashman
Journal of orthopaedic research 27 (1), 71-77, 2009
Capturing three-dimensional in vivo lumbar intervertebral joint kinematics using dynamic stereo-X-ray imaging
AK Aiyangar, L Zheng, S Tashman, WJ Anderst, X Zhang
Journal of biomechanical engineering 136 (1), 011004, 2014
In vivo serial joint space measurements during dynamic loading in a canine model of osteoarthritis
WJ Anderst, C Les, S Tashman
Osteoarthritis and cartilage 13 (9), 808-816, 2005
Cervical motion segment contributions to head motion during flexion\extension, lateral bending, and axial rotation
WJ Anderst, WF Donaldson III, JY Lee, JD Kang
The Spine Journal 15 (12), 2538-2543, 2015
Six-degrees-of-freedom cervical spine range of motion during dynamic flexion-extension after single-level anterior arthrodesis: comparison with asymptomatic control subjects
WJ Anderst, JY Lee, WF Donaldson III, JD Kang
JBJS 95 (6), 497-506, 2013
Model-based tracking of the hip: implications for novel analyses of hip pathology
DE Martin, NJ Greco, BA Klatt, VJ Wright, WJ Anderst, S Tashman
The Journal of arthroplasty 26 (1), 88-97, 2011
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