Kathia Chaumoitre

Michel Panuel2
Elie Choufani1
Pierre-Jean Arnoux1
Anne Dutour1
2Michel Panuel
1Elie Choufani
1Pierre-Jean Arnoux
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Many believe that the fetus spine had only one curvature from cranial to caudal which is a global kyphosis and that the lumbosacral lordosis appears with the erect posture. They agree that the sacrum of Homo sapiens is not positioned posteriorly at birth and that it is during the first few years that the sacrum, in humans, moves dorsally in relation with(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate whether a combination of a selected but limited number of anthropometric measurements predicts visceral adipose tissue (VAT) better than other anthropometric measurements, without resort to medical imaging. HYPOTHESIS Abdominal anthropometric measurements are total abdominal adipose tissue indicators and global measures of VAT and(More)
This work was conducted to study biomechanical properties and macroscopic analysis of petrous fracture by lateral impact. Seven embalmed intact human cadaver heads were tested to failure using an electrohydraulic testing device. Dynamic loading was done at 2 m/s on temporal region with maximal deflection to 12 mm. Anthropometric and pathological data were(More)
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