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Mark D. Grabiner
06-22-1994, 04:42 AM
Some time ago I posted a message requesting information regarding the
axis orientation for subtalar joint inversion-eversion. This became one of
those good news/bad news things. The good news was that I received a large
amount of responses which served as an indicator of the number of people
working in this area and the interdisciplinary efforts that are
ongoing. The bad news, I suppose, was that the dominant number
of responses were from people who are keen to acquire the same
information. Below I have listed several references that were suggested
and I have also taken the liberty of providing the names/addresses of
several individuals who kindly responded to my inquiry and, in my
opinion, are, or have been engaged in substantive work in this area.

Mark
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Inman, V.T. The Joints of the Ankle. Baltimore, Williams &
Wilkins Co., 1976.

McConville, J.T., Clauser, C.E., Churchill, T.D., Cuzzi,J., and Kaleps, I.
(1980). Anthropometric relationships of body and body segment moments of
inertia. Air Force Technical Report: AFAMRL-TR-80-119. Wright-Patterson
AFB.
AFAMRL stands for "Air Force Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory"

Fick, R: Anatomie und Mechanik der Gelenke: Teil III, Specielle Gelenk
und Muskel Mechanik. Fisher, Jena, 1911

Singh, A.K., Starkweather, KD, Hollister, AM, et al, Kinematics of th
Ankle: A hinge Axis Model. Foot & Ankle, 13:439-446, 1992.

Inman's joints of the ankle
Edited by James B. Stiehl
Williams & Wilkins 1991


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Arne Lundberg
Dept of Orthopaedics
Karolinska Institute
Stockholm, Sweden
Arne.Lundberg@okh.ki.se

Norman Murphy
Department of Orthopaedics
Karolinska Institute
Stockholm, Sweden
norman.murphy@karo.ki.se

Frank Clayton Anderson
U.T. Austin
(clay@gmax.ath.utexas.edu)

Thomas M. Greiner
Dept. of Anthropology
SUNY - Binghamton
Binghamton, NY 13902
BA05158@BINGVMB

Neil Gomberg
Department of Anthroplogy
Univ Massachusetts,
Amherst MA 01003
(no internet address available)

Paul Klein Ph.D.
Institut for Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
Free University of Brussels
pklein@resu1.ulb.ac.be
Mark D. Grabiner, Ph.D.
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Wb3
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Cleveland, Ohio, 44106