Kothavari Rajendran

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The articular contours of the femoral and tibial condyles show certain basic features that in themselves appear sufficient to effect locking at the knee joint during the terminal stages of extension. The essential feature on the femoral condyles is a convex surface adapted for rolling. On the tibia, the contours that chiefly influence rotation are the(More)
Generation of multi-color attosecond coherent X-ray radiation through modulation compression, " Appl. Generation of attosecond coherent X-ray radiation through modulation compression, " J. A high-order fast method for computing convolution integral with smooth kernel, " resolution simulation of beam dynamics in electron linacs for x-ray free electron(More)
The role of the long head of the biceps in glenohumeral abduction and the accompanying external rotation is an unsettled issue. Automatic external rotation however has been previously demonstrated during passive abduction, with intact long head and the absence of factors traditionally considered to influence the rotation such as the coracoacromial arch and(More)
Automatic external rotation at the glenohumeral joint is an essential component of active as well as passive elevation of the arm through abduction. Recent studies have demonstrated this automatic rotation to be present during passive abduction using cadaveric glenohumeral joints even in the absence of extra-articular influences like the coraco-acromial(More)
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