F Bojsen-Møoller

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Biomechanical models which require information on, e.g., joint torque and muscle force are useful in the estimation of when and how mechanical overload of the musculoskeletal system may lead to disorders. The aim was to study the reliability and validity of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to quantify muscle sizes and moment arms by MRI and to test selected(More)
The innervation of the nasal septum and around the olfactory bulb has been investigated in rats by means of whole-mount preparations and histological sections. Silver staining, OsO4 staining, PAS staining, cholinesterase reaction and fluorescence for catecholamine-containing nerves were used. The nervus terminalis forms on the medial side of the olfactory(More)
On the basis of its internal structure, the ball of the foot can be divided into three transverse areas, each with a different mechanical function: (1) an area proximal to the heads of the metatarsals in which the retinacula cutis are developed into a series of transverse bands, and in which the deep fibres of the plantar aponeurosis form ten sagittal septa(More)
On examination of the thumbs of 20 dissected preparations of ligaments and joints, of ten dry skeletons and of a number of living hands, apoposition (from apo = away from) was distinguished as a position in which the first carpometacarpal joint is fully abducted and laterally rotated and in which one or both distal joints of the thumb are flexed.(More)
The metatarsophalangeal joints divide the forefoot as a lever for the push-off into two segments. The proximal segment is used for the first antigravitational phase, and the distal is added when the foot has gained speed. The ligaments of the ball of the foot are tied to the distal segment and are in their function dependent on free mobility of this(More)
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