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There is increasing evidence that, in addition to bone mass, bone microarchitecture and its mechanical load distribution are important factors for the determination of bone strength. Recently, it has(More)
Systematic study of bones' responses to loading requires simple non-invasive models in appropriate experimental animals where the applied load is controllable and the changes in bone quantifiable.(More)
It is currently unknown in which ways activity of the ab- and adductor shoulder muscles affects shoulder biomechanics (scapular kinematics and glenohumeral translation), and whether these changes are(More)