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UNLABELLED The ultrasonic axial transmission technique allows for investigating skeletal sites such as the cortical layer of long bones (radius, tibia, phalanges). Using synchrotron radiation(More)
The axial transmission technique uses a linear arrangement of ultrasonic emitters and receivers placed on a same side of a cortical bone site in contact with the skin, involving ultrasonic(More)
This chapter is intended for readers who do not have a background in bone biomechanics. It gives a description of bone, highlighting its complex and hierarchical structure, starting at the(More)