Morphology of sesamoid bones in keyboard musicians.

@article{Dbrowski2020MorphologyOS,
  title={Morphology of sesamoid bones in keyboard musicians.},
  author={Krzysztof Dąbrowski and Hanna Stankiewicz-J{\'o}źwicka and Arkadiusz Kowalczyk and Jill W Wroblewski and B Ciszek},
  journal={Folia morphologica},
  year={2020}
}
BACKGROUND The sesamoid bones are small, usually oval bone structures often found in joints and under the tendons. Although their precise function is not fully understood, it is agreed upon that they protect the joints and make movements faster and less energy consuming. Sesamoid bones are found in hands, especially around first, second and fifth metacarpophalangeal joint and the interphalangeal joint of the thumb. MATERIALS AND METHODS This study compares a group of 32 young musicians to 30… 

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