IN MEMORIAM

@article{Marrugat2008INM,
  title={IN MEMORIAM},
  author={Jaume Marrugat},
  journal={Science},
  year={2008},
  volume={319},
  pages={1467 - 1467}
}
Dr., Alberto Morales Salinas (Cuba 1972-2019)by Jaume Marrugat, Head of REGICOR Cardiovascular Epidemiology at IMIM and CIBERCV, Barcelona, Spain. 

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TLDR
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During the progress of dissection, a very high degree of mobility is demonstrated; and even in the bones themselves, the same fact is attested to in the large, bevelled cartilage-covered joint surface between the scapholunar and the sesamoid.
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No doubt the great majority of these fractures of the forearm were inflicted while the victim, with upraised am, was defending himself or herself; for a considerable number of women, especially in prehistoric times, have stiffened from this injury.
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