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Musculoskeletal modelling in dogs : challenges and future perspectives

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Musculoskeletal models have proven to be a valuable tool in human orthopaedics research. Recently, veterinary research started taking an interest in the computer modelling approach to understand the forces acting upon the canine musculoskeletal system. While many of the methods employed in human musculoskeletal models can applied to canine musculoskeletal models, not all techniques are applicable. This review summarizes the important parameters necessary for modelling, as well as the techniques employed in human musculoskeletal models and the limitations in transferring techniques to canine modelling research. The major challenges in future canine modelling research are likely to centre around devising alternative techniques for obtaining maximal voluntary contractions, as well as finding scaling factors to adapt a generalized canine musculoskeletal model to represent specific breeds and subjects.
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musculoskeletal, modelling, dogs, parameters, techniques, FINITE-ELEMENT-ANALYSIS, INVERSE DYNAMICS MODEL, IN-VIVO MEASUREMENT, SKELETAL-MUSCLE, 3-DIMENSIONAL MODEL, LOWER-EXTREMITY, LONG BONES, UPPER-LIMB, HIND-LIMB, LENGTH

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Dries, Billy, Ilse Jonkers, Walter Dingemanse, Benedicte Vanwanseele, Jos Vander Sloten, Henri van Bree, and Ingrid Gielen. 2016. “Musculoskeletal Modelling in Dogs : Challenges and Future Perspectives.” Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology 29 (3): 181–187.
APA
Dries, Billy, Jonkers, I., Dingemanse, W., Vanwanseele, B., Vander Sloten, J., van Bree, H., & Gielen, I. (2016). Musculoskeletal modelling in dogs : challenges and future perspectives. VETERINARY AND COMPARATIVE ORTHOPAEDICS AND TRAUMATOLOGY, 29(3), 181–187.
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Dries B, Jonkers I, Dingemanse W, Vanwanseele B, Vander Sloten J, van Bree H, et al. Musculoskeletal modelling in dogs : challenges and future perspectives. VETERINARY AND COMPARATIVE ORTHOPAEDICS AND TRAUMATOLOGY. 2016;29(3):181–7.
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Dries, Billy, Ilse Jonkers, Walter Dingemanse, et al. “Musculoskeletal Modelling in Dogs : Challenges and Future Perspectives.” VETERINARY AND COMPARATIVE ORTHOPAEDICS AND TRAUMATOLOGY 29.3 (2016): 181–187. Print.
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  abstract     = {Musculoskeletal models have proven to be a valuable tool in human orthopaedics research. Recently, veterinary research started taking an interest in the computer modelling approach to understand the forces acting upon the canine musculoskeletal system. While many of the methods employed in human musculoskeletal models can applied to canine musculoskeletal models, not all techniques are applicable. This review summarizes the important parameters necessary for modelling, as well as the techniques employed in human musculoskeletal models and the limitations in transferring techniques to canine modelling research. The major challenges in future canine modelling research are likely to centre around devising alternative techniques for obtaining maximal voluntary contractions, as well as finding scaling factors to adapt a generalized canine musculoskeletal model to represent specific breeds and subjects.},
  author       = {Dries, Billy and Jonkers, Ilse and Dingemanse, Walter and Vanwanseele, Benedicte and Vander Sloten, Jos and van Bree, Henri and Gielen, Ingrid},
  issn         = {0932-0814},
  journal      = {VETERINARY AND COMPARATIVE ORTHOPAEDICS AND TRAUMATOLOGY},
  keyword      = {musculoskeletal,modelling,dogs,parameters,techniques,FINITE-ELEMENT-ANALYSIS,INVERSE DYNAMICS MODEL,IN-VIVO MEASUREMENT,SKELETAL-MUSCLE,3-DIMENSIONAL MODEL,LOWER-EXTREMITY,LONG BONES,UPPER-LIMB,HIND-LIMB,LENGTH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {181--187},
  title        = {Musculoskeletal modelling in dogs : challenges and future perspectives},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3415/VCOT-15-08-0133},
  volume       = {29},
  year         = {2016},
}

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