By Margareta Nordin, Victor Frankel
Now in its Fourth version, Basic Biomechanics of the Musculoskeletal System uses an immediate and finished method of current scholars with a operating wisdom of biomechanical rules of use within the review and therapy of musculoskeletal disorder. The textual content opens with a bankruptcy that introduces the elemental terminology and ideas of biomechanics; the rest of the e-book then makes a speciality of the biomechanics of tissues and buildings, the biomechanics of joints, and utilized biomechanics.
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The “boot top” fracture sustained by skiers is a typical three-point bending fracture. In this type of fracture, as shown in Figure 2-28, one bending moment acted on the proximal tibia as the skier fell forward over the top of the ski boot. An equal moment, produced by the ﬁxed foot and ski, acted on the distal tibia. * *This ﬂow chart is designed for classroom or group discussion. Flow chart is not meant to be exhaustive. FIG. 2-28 Lateral roentgenogram of a “boot top” fracture produced by three-point bending.
2-22 Bilateral subcapital compression fractures of the femoral neck in a patient who underwent electroconvulsive therapy. 17/10/11 17/ 7/10/11 0/11 10:52 PM 0/ CHAPTER 2 ● BIOMECHANICS OF BONE 37 FIG. 2-23 Shear loading. loading, shear stress is produced. Figure 2-25 illustrates angular deformation in structures subjected to these loading modes. Clinically, shear fractures are most often seen in cancellous bone. Shear stress is greatest when the angle of applied force is equal to 45°, where it has a value that is half that of the maximum normal stress.
1975). Stress values calculated from these strain measurements by Carter (1978) showed that dur- Experimentally produced torsional fracture of a canine femur.