Rana A Samaha

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BACKGROUND The human femur is commonly considered as a subsystem of the locomotor apparatus with four conspicuous levels of organization. This phenomenon is the result of the evolution of the locomotor apparatus, which encompasses both constitutional and individual variability. The work therein reported, therefore, underlies the significance of observing(More)
BACKGROUND The human femur is the subsystem of the locomotor apparatus and has got four levels of its organization. This phenomenon is the result of the evolution of the locomotor apparatus, encompassing both constitutional and individual variability. The main aim of this investigation was to study the organization of the human femur as a system of(More)
Background: The hip essentially represents the major weight-bearing joint of the human organism. It is conspicuously characterized by its mobility and complex origination, specific organization and development. The anatomic structures referred to as acetabulum and femoral head arise from the same primitive mesenchymal cells and, by the end of the 11 week of(More)
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