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“…This detailed understanding has enabled the development of model systems for the femur that accurately classify these fractures and improve reconstruction techniques (11). This level of understanding has not, however, been achieved for the face (13).…”
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“…This detailed understanding has enabled the development of model systems for the femur that accurately classify these fractures and improve reconstruction techniques (11). This level of understanding has not, however, been achieved for the face (13).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…There are few experimental studies in the literature describing the fracture threshold of the lower jaw (Table 3) and although all study groups used different models the results are similar [25]. In contrast to most of these studies we have applied a model simulating physiological conditions and the number of specimens used was relative large.…”
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“…In consequence of the disastrous effects produced to the face of motorists since the introduction of the legislation making the use of seat belts compulsory, biomechanical investigations have been carried out recently to measure the fracture tolerance of the cranial bones (Hampson, 1995). On the basis of this research an attempt was made to provide information about the possible cause of the traumatic injury of the brow ridge found in the Ceprano hominid.…”
Section: The Injury Of the Torusfrontalismentioning
confidence: 99%