Indirect way to estimate peak joint loads in life and in skeletal remains (insights from a new paradigm).
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The Anatomical record
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 1997
Besides its use in studies of joint development, physiology and osteoarthritis in living subjects, this method could estimate muscle strength and joint loads from skeletal remains in anatomical, anthropologic, forensic-pathological, and even paleontologic studies.
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