Increased intracortical remodeling following fatigue damage.

@article{Mori1993IncreasedIR,
  title={Increased intracortical remodeling following fatigue damage.},
  author={Satoshi Mori and David B. Burr},
  journal={Bone},
  year={1993},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={103-9}
}
We previously demonstrated that microcracks occurred in common with resorption spaces more often than expected by chance, and proposed that fatigue damage initiates remodeling events. However, it was possible that cracks accumulated at sites of preexisting resorption spaces and did not initiate new remodeling. The goal of this work was to determine whether osteonal remodeling follows the accumulation of microcracks, as expected if microcracks are responsible for initiation of bone remodeling… CONTINUE READING

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