Trabecular bone patterning in the hominoid distal femur

@inproceedings{Georgiou2018TrabecularBP,
  title={Trabecular bone patterning in the hominoid distal femur},
  author={Leoni Georgiou and Tracy L Kivell and Dieter H Pahr and Matthew M. Skinner},
  booktitle={PeerJ},
  year={2018}
}
Background In addition to external bone shape and cortical bone thickness and distribution, the distribution and orientation of internal trabecular bone across individuals and species has yielded important functional information on how bone adapts in response to load. In particular, trabecular bone analysis has played a key role in studies of human and nonhuman primate locomotion and has shown that species with different locomotor repertoires display distinct trabecular architecture in various… CONTINUE READING

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