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Foot pounds of torque of the normal and rehabilitated knee at low and high velocity by miniscectomy ligamentous repair and chondro malacia patients


, : Foot pounds of torque of the normal and rehabilitated knee at low and high velocity by miniscectomy ligamentous repair and chondro malacia patients. Medicine & Science In Sports & Exercise: 74-75


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