Biomechanical investigation of the hyoid bone using speckle interferometry

@article{Kasprzak2005BiomechanicalIO,
  title={Biomechanical investigation of the hyoid bone using speckle interferometry},
  author={Henryk T. Kasprzak and Halina Podbielska and Gert von Bally and Gerhard Fechner},
  journal={International Journal of Legal Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={106},
  pages={132-134}
}
SummarySpeckle interferometry is a non-destructive measurement technique using a laser. The principles of the method are described. Human hyoid bones.(n = 10) were investigated. Loads were applied to individual points on the anterior surface of the body of hyoid bones. All hyoid bones showed an asymmetric displacement. The displacement was greatest in a plane vertical to the load. An evaluation of fracture behavior is possible due to the displacement pattern.ZusammenfassungDie Speckle… Expand
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