Michele Conconi

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Biologic tissues respond to the biomechanical conditions to which they are exposed by modifying their architecture. Experimental evidence from the literature suggests that the aim of this process is the mechanical optimization of the tissues (functional adaptation). In particular, this process must produce articular surfaces that, in physiological working(More)
Previous studies suggest that osteoarthritis (OA) is related to abnormal or excessive articular contact stress. The peak pressure resulting from an applied load is determined by many factors, among which is shape and relative position and orientation of the articulating surfaces or, referring to a more common nomenclature, joint congruence. It has been(More)
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