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Anatomical cross-sectional geometry and mass distribution for children
H. K. Huang
by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Technical Information Service [distributor] in [Washington, D.C.?], Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Georgetown University. Dept. of Physio. & Biophysics, University of Iowa. College of Engineering. Biomedical Engineering|
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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.; Georgetown University. Department of Physio. & Biophysics.; University of Iowa. College of.
Huang, H. () Anatomical cross-sectional geometry and mass distribution of children. DOT-HS, U.S. Department of Transport, Washington, DC. Huang, H. and Suarez, F. () Evaluation of crosssectional geometry and mass density distribution of humans and laboratory animals using computerized tomography.
Biomechanics 16, Cited by: When empirical three-dimensional data are sought that describe either the mass distribution or the kinematic properties of the human body, anatomical frames of reference are needed for the sake of.
Long bone inner structure and cross-sectional geometry display a strong functional signal, leading to convergences, and are widely analyzed in comparative anatomy at small and large taxonomic scales. Evaluation of cross-sectional geometry and mass density distributions of humans and laboratory animals using computerized tomography.
Position and Orientation in-Space of Bones during Movement - Anatomical Frame Definition and Determination. Using mass distribution information to model the human thigh for body segment parameter mpcs.online: Petros Pandis.
Macroscopic geometry refers to the shape and dimension of a bone as a whole, whereas microscopic geometry pertains to the orientation of osteons and microporosity within the bone tissue.
To illustrate, the ability of a vertebral body to withstand a compressive force is equal to its mineral density squared times its cross-sectional area.
It includes permissive hormonal and other effects on bones, a marrow mediator mechanism, some limitations of clinical densitometry, a cause of bone “mass” plateaus during treatment, an “adaptational lag” in some children, and some vibration effects on bones.
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Despite the improvements in realistic anatomical models, the appropriate boundary conditions of flow characterization are still not agreed. Different approaches, such as constant pressure [63,92,93], impedance modelling, or mass flow rate [95,96] are used for airflow modelling.
Mar 04, · The purpose of this paper was to review the literature of the cohort studies which evaluated the association between physical activity during the life course and bone mineral content or density in young adults. Prospective cohort studies with bone mineral density or content measured in the whole body, lumbar spine and femoral neck by dual energy x-ray absorptiometry as outcome and Cited by: 1.
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The Evolution of the Primate Hand Anatomical, Developmental, Functional, and et al. “Ontogenetic scaling of fore limb and hind limb joint posture and limb bone cross-sectional geometry in vervets and baboons.” American Journal of et al. “Center of mass movements and.
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Jul 23, · The geometry of hip plays a very important role in hip fracture. Evidence to date suggests an increase in FNL and an increase in the ratio of the FNL to the FNW ratio puts an individual at higher risk of hip fracture .Studies of osteoporotic fractures have demonstrated that an increased HAL and NSA are associated with greater HFR independent of age and BMD .Cited by: 1.
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Angel Zeininger Lecturning Fellow, Senior of Evolutionary Anthropology. My primary areas of interest are the ontogeny of locomotion, trabecular bone remodeling, and the evolution and functional morphology of the hands and feet. I am interested in how forces incurred during locomotion influence the microarchitecture of trabecular bone.
Posts about Anatomical Terms written by These Bones Of Mine. A blog focusing on Human Osteology & Archaeology focusing on new perspectives on the bioarchaeology of children, analysis carried out on both femora and humeri cross-sectional geometry has helped to reveal a number of differences between earlier Archaic Period hunter-gatherers.Reference is a digital publisher dedicated to answering the questions of students and lifelong learners.Acoustic rhinometry uses a reflected sound signal to measure the cross-sectional area and volume of the nasal passage.
Acoustic rhinometry gives an anatomic description of a nasal passage, whereas rhinomanometry gives a functional measure of the pressure/flow relationships during the respiratory cycle. A total of 84 children were enrolled.