Jacques Noble

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Due to its unconstrained nature, the glenohumeral joint must necessarily have several mechanisms to regulate its position in space. The neural mechanisms associated with this positioning have not been fully evaluated anatomically. In this study, three fresh-frozen human cadaveric adult shoulders were dissected. Specimens were excised from the proximal(More)
BACKGROUND A recent model describing the mechanical interaction between a stenosis and the vessel wall has shown that axial wall stress can considerably increase in the region immediately proximal to the stenosis during the (forward) flow phases, so that abnormal biological processes and wall damages are likely to be induced in that region. Our objective(More)
The morphology of the proximal interphalangeal joint was determined using a photographic technique. The head of the proximal phalanx, viewed end on, has a complex trapezoid appearance characteristic for each named digit. The asymmetric condyles diverge from one another and are separated by an intercondylar groove that increases in depth from the dorsal to(More)
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