Download PDF by Augustus A. White: Clinical Biomechanics of the Spine (2nd Edition)

By Augustus A. White

ISBN-10: 0397507208

ISBN-13: 9780397507207

Covers scoliosis & the constrained position of bracing, spinal trauma, together with burst fractures, & the function of activities & athetics in cervical backbone accidents.

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The non degenerated discs (Grade 0) creep slowly and reach their final deformation value after considerable time, as compared with the degener­ ates discs (Grades 2 and 3). The Grade 0 curve is characteristic of a more viscoelastic structure, as compared with the curves of Grades 2 and 3. Thus, the process of degeneration makes the discs less viscoelastic. This implies that as the disc degener- Stiffness Coefficients of the Intervertebral Disc Authors Stiffness Coefficients· Maximum Load· Spine Region Compression (_FyI) Virgin.

Based upon mathematical simula­ lion by Shirazi-Adl, S. , el 0 1 . : Siress analysis of Ihe lumbar disc-body unit in compression: 0 three-dimen­ sional nonlinear finite elemenl sludy. ) Chapter 1: Physical Properties and Functional Biomechanics of the Spine not capable of building sufficient fluid pressure. As a result, the end-plates are subjected to less pressure at the center, and the loads are d istributed more around the periphery. The stresses in the annular ring are also changed. Compare Figure 1-9B and 1-3B.

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