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Influence Of Orthogonal Overload On Human Vertebral Trabecular Bone Mechanical Properties

A. Badiei, M. Bottema, N. Fazzalari
Published 2007 · Materials Science, Medicine

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The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of overload in orthogonal directions on longitudinal and transverse mechanical integrity in human vertebral trabecular bone. Results suggest that the trabecular structure has properties that act to minimize the decrease of apparent toughness transverse to the primary loading direction.
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