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Research into the biomechanical properties of tendons had led to a better understanding of the functional and pathophysiologic processes that occur in vivo, particularly in the setting of tendon injury and failure. Increasingly, biomechanical information is being utilized in the clinical setting, guiding patient management in certain circumstances.(More)
Architectural distortions consist of convergence areas and local retractions at the border of the gland. The authors examine the semiologic features of the distortions and their different causes, together with their pathological anatomy correlations. The predominant benign causes are the proliferative Aschoff body and the main malignant cause is(More)
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