Studies on the Anatomy and Function of Bone and Joints by D. V. Davies, A. J. Palfrey (auth.), F. Gaynor Evans Ph.D.

By D. V. Davies, A. J. Palfrey (auth.), F. Gaynor Evans Ph.D. (eds.)

The quite a few chapters of this monograph have been initially offered as papers in a Symposium on Joints and Bones which the editor equipped for the VIII Inter­ nationwide Congress of Anatomists held in Wiesbaden, Germany in August 1965. every one bankruptcy represents unique learn at the constitution and/or functionality of joints and bones. getting ready the manuscripts of those papers for book required extra time than initially expected and the editor hereby recognizes his honest appre­ ciation to many of the authors for his or her support and persistence. He additionally desires to exhibit his particular because of Mrs. ANTOINETTE CATRON, his editorial assistant, with no whose support the duty could nonetheless be unfinished. The curiosity and counsel of the workers of Springer-Verlag within the booklet of this monograph is additionally significantly favored. Ann Arbor, Michigan, united states. February 1966 F. GAYNOR EVANS Contents Electron Microscopy of ordinary Synovial Membrane. D. V. DAVIES, and A. J. PALFREY .............................. 1 Biomechanics and practical Adaption of Tendons and Joint Ligaments. A. VnDIK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 17 . . . . Dynamic concerns in Load Bearing Bones with targeted connection with Osteosynthesis and Articular Cartilage. J. M. ZAREK .. . . . . . . . forty Intravital Measurements of Forces performing on the Hip-Joint. N. RYDELL. .. fifty two The Ergonomic facets of Articular Mechanics. M. A. MACCONAILL . . . . sixty nine A Longitudinal important Staining strategy for the learn of Apposition in Bone. M. ]. BAER, and]. L. ACKERMAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . eighty one . . . An assessment of using Bone Histology in Forensic drugs and Anthro­ pology. D. H. ENLOW. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ninety three . . . .

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Studies on the Anatomy and Function of Bone and Joints

Some of the chapters of this monograph have been initially offered as papers in a Symposium on Joints and Bones which the editor prepared for the VIII Inter­ nationwide Congress of Anatomists held in Wiesbaden, Germany in August 1965. each one bankruptcy represents unique learn at the constitution and/or functionality of joints and bones.

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The most applicable mechanical analogy was one displaying the creep phenomenon (Fig. 2b) which was most evident in the first loading as compared with the following ones. There was a clear difference (Table 4) between the slopes of the load-elongation curves in loading and unloading. The first cycle was distinguished from the following ones in that a significantly greater difference occurred. In the second and following cycles a somewhat extended elongation was required to achieve the initial maximal load that occurred in the first cycle.

A number of authors have suggested that articular cartilage probably acts as a shock- absorber; however, little evidence has been provided to substantiate this view and no one has given a detailed explanation of how cartilage functions when it is dynamically loaded. This is probably because a satisfactory understanding of even the most fundamental aspects of cartilage mechanics has been achieved only in the last few years and the more complex aspects of the problem have yet to be solved. Mechanical Structure and Behaviour of Cartilage The structure of articular cartilage is far from resembling engineering materials such as metals to which the application of standard theories of stress analysis gives very satisfactory results.

223, 795-809 (1956). , and Y. OGATA: Mechanism of the formation of insoluble collagen. Collagen Curro 5, 36 (1964). : The aging of collagen fibres. Experientia (Basel), Suppl. 4, 35--41 (1956). - (1957): Cit. 392. - The aging of collagen. Sci. Amer. 208 (4), 104-114 (1963). : Biomekaniska studier av rorelseapparatens komponenter. Nord. Med. 72, 1455 (1964). Biomechanics and Functional Adaption of Tendons and Joint Ligaments 39 VIIDIK, A. and T. LEWIN: Changes in tensile strength characteristics and histology of rabbit ligaments induced by different modes of postmortal storage.

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