1980

Biomechanics of the Locomotor Apparatus

Contributions on the Functional Anatomy of the Locomotor Apparatus

ISBN: 978-3-642-67140-1 (Print) 978-3-642-67138-8 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-VIII

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    Pages 1-105

    The Fracture of the Femoral Neck. A Mechanical Problem

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    Pages 106-137

    Biomechanics of Fracture Healing

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    Pages 138-148

    Stressing of the Pelvis and Especially of the Pelvic Joints. Contribution to Its Explanation

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    Pages 149-182

    The Principles of Construction of the Locomotor System. Their Significance for the Stressing of the Tubular Bones

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    Pages 183-192

    The Mechanical Significance of the Gross Structure of the Cortex in Normal and Pathologically Bent Tubular Bones

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    Pages 193-204

    Principles of Construction of the Lower Extremity. Their Significance for the Stressing of the Skeleton of the Leg

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    Pages 205-222

    Significance of the Muscular Forces for the Regulation of the Stressing of the Tubular Bone During Movement of the Limb

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    Pages 223-228

    The Static Significance of the Linea Aspera

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    Pages 229-248

    Critical Examination of the Work of Roux: “Description and Explanation of a Bony Ankylosis of the Knee”

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    Pages 249-298

    The Significance of the Mechanical Factors Acting on the Elbow Joint for the Carrying Capacity of the Flexed Upper Limb

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    Pages 299-309

    On the Distribution of the Density of Cancellous Bone in the Upper End of the Femur and Its Significance for the Theory of the Functional Structure of Bone

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    Pages 310-328

    The Functional Adaptation of Bone Through Growth in Length

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    Pages 329-374

    The Structure of the Superficial Fibre Layer of the Articular Cartilage of the Glenoid Cavity as an Example of an Embodied Stress Field

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    Pages 375-407

    A New Theory Concerning the Influence of Mechanical Stimuli on the Differentiation of the Supporting Tissues

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    Pages 408-429

    The Distribution of Pressure in the Elbow Joint Together with Fundamental Remarks on Joint Pressure

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    Pages 430-449

    The Significance of a Tension Band for the Stressing of the Tubular Bone with Application to Compression Osteosynthesis

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    Pages 450-462

    Contribution to the Study of Functional Adaptation of the Cortex of a Tubular Bone. An Examination of Three Femora Deformed by Rickets

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    Pages 463-477

    Biomechanics of Bone Grafting

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    Pages 478-503

    Short Survey of the Mechanical Stressing of Bone and Its Significance for Functional Adaptation

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    Pages 504-507

    The Significance of the Medullary Cavity for the Mechanical Stressing of the Tubular Bone

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