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Thoracic Human Vertebrae Quantitative Three‐Dimensional Anatomy
This study details the quantitative three-dimensional surface anatomy of thoracic vertebrae based on a study of 144 vertebrae. The thoracic spine was found to have three distinct regions: upper,Expand
Articular Facets of the Human Spine Quantitative Three‐Dimensional Anatomy
This study provides the quantitative three dimensional surface anatomy of the articular facets for the entire human vertebral column based on a study of 276 vertebrae. Means and standard errors ofExpand
Human Lumbar Vertebrae: Quantitative Three-Dimensional Anatomy
This study details the quantitative three-dimensional surface anatomy of human lumbar vertebrae based on a study of 60 vertebrae. The two lower vertebrae (L4 and L5) appeared to be transitionalExpand
Cervical Human Vertebrae Quantitative Three‐Dimensional Anatomy of the Middle and Lower Regions
In this study, the three-dimensional quantitative anatomy of middle and lower cervical vertebrae was determined. The three-dimensional coordinates of various marked points on the surface of theExpand
Physiologic strains in the lumbar spinal ligaments. An in vitro biomechanical study 1981 Volvo Award in Biomechanics.
For understanding of the mechanical causes of low-back pain, knowledge of the biomechanics of the various spinal elements is essential. In this in vitro biomechanical study, in situ behavior ofExpand
Kinematics of Lumbar Intervertebral Foramen
This in vitro study provides original data regarding the three-dimensional movements of the intervertebral foramen as the spine undergoes normal physiologic motions, Three-dimensional flexibilityExpand
Physiologic Strains in the Lumbar Spinal Ligaments: An In VitroBiomechanical Study
For understanding of the mechanical causes of low-back pain, knowledge of the biomechanics of the various spinal elements is essential. In this in vitro biomechanical study, in situ behavior ofExpand
Loose shoulder: diagnosis and treatment: [Translated by Eiji Itoi, MD, PhD from the original paper in Japanese published in Central Jpn J Orthop Surg Traumatol 1971;14:630-2].
There is much to be passionate about in the shoulder and elbow. As you will read below in Dr Eiji Itoi’s introduction and in the ‘‘Classic Article’’ to follow, this includes work with historicalExpand
Development of a packed-drain with an expandable diameter
In the packed-drain method, surcharge pressure considerably concentrates on the sand piles due to a reinforcement effect of the stocking, and it causes a reduction of the consolidation pressure forExpand
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