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Abbreviation : MA
Long Form : moment arm
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2019 A musculoskeletal model customized for squatting task. MSKM, ROM, WS
2019 Biomechanical Effect of Foot Orthoses on Rearfoot Motions and Joint Moment Parameters in Patients with Flexible Flatfoot. RFM
2017 The knee extensor moment arm is associated with performance in male sprinters. CSA
2015 Biomechanical implications of skeletal muscle hypertrophy and atrophy: a musculoskeletal model. ACSA
2013 Influence of the medial offset of the proximal humerus on the glenohumeral destabilising forces during arm elevation: a numerical sensitivity study. ---
2012 The function of neuromuscular compartments in human shoulder muscles. Ag2, ANT, GHJ, MT, NMCs, sEMG
2011 Musculoskeletal modeling of the suboccipital spine: kinematics analysis, muscle lengths, and muscle moment arms during axial rotation and flexion extension. AR, FE, HA, UCS
2009 Anatomical predictors of maximum isometric and concentric knee extensor moment. FL, PCSA
2009 Dynamic in vivo 3-dimensional moment arms of the individual quadriceps components. PC, VL, VM
10  2009 Modeling of multiarticular muscles: importance of inclusion of tendon-pulley interactions in the finger. FDP
11  2009 Muscle moment arm and normalized moment contributions as reference data for musculoskeletal elbow and wrist joint models. NPM, PCSA
12  2007 Muscles within muscles: Coordination of 19 muscle segments within three shoulder muscles during isometric motor tasks. ---
13  2004 Relationship between muscle length and moment arm on EMG activity of human triceps surae muscle. EMG, TS
14  1993 Comparison of experimental and analytical torque-angle relationships of the human elbow joint complex. EJC
15  1992 Software for determining lower extremity muscle-tendon kinematics and moment arm lengths during flexion/extension movements. MT