Regional variation of bone tissue properties at the human mandibular condyle.

@article{Kim2015RegionalVO,
  title={Regional variation of bone tissue properties at the human mandibular condyle.},
  author={Do-Gyoon Kim and Yeongshin Jeong and Erin Kosel and Amanda M. Agnew and David G. Mccomb and K. A. Bodnyk and Richard T. Hart and Min Kyung Kim and Sang Yeun Han and William M Johnston},
  journal={Bone},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={
          98-106
        }
}
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) bears different types of static and dynamic loading during occlusion and mastication. As such, characteristics of mandibular condylar bone tissue play an important role in determining the mechanical stability of the TMJ under the macro-level loading. Thus, the objective of this study was to examine regional variation of the elastic, plastic, and viscoelastic mechanical properties of human mandibular condylar bone tissue using nanoindentation. Cortical and… CONTINUE READING
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