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Funktionelle Anatomie und Biomechanik

  • Jan Korner
  • Helmut Lill
  • Pierre Hepp

Zusammenfassung

Die Kenntnis der Anatomie des Ellenbogengelenks ist eine entscheidende Grundvoraussetzung für das Verständnis der Biomechanik, der gezielten Diagnostik sowie der Therapie von Verletzungen der Ellenbogenregion.

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  • Jan Korner
  • Helmut Lill
  • Pierre Hepp

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