Review of in vivo bone strain studies and finite element models of the Zygomatic Complex in humans and nonhuman primates : implications for clinical research and practice

Review of in vivo bone strain studies and finite element models of the Zygomatic Complex in humans and nonhuman primates : implications for clinical research and practice

Felippe Bevilacqua Prado, Alexandre Rodrigues Freire, Ana Claudia Rossi, Justin A. Ledogar, Amanda L. Smith, Paul C. Dechow, David S. Strait, Tilman Voigt, Callum F. Ross

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Agradecimentos: National Science Foundation Physical Anthropology HOMINID

The craniofacial skeleton is often described in the clinical literature as being comprised of vertical bony pillars, which transmit forces from the toothrow to the neurocranium as axial compressive stresses, reinforced transversely by buttresses. Here, we review the literature on bony...

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Review of in vivo bone strain studies and finite element models of the Zygomatic Complex in humans and nonhuman primates : implications for clinical research and practice

Felippe Bevilacqua Prado, Alexandre Rodrigues Freire, Ana Claudia Rossi, Justin A. Ledogar, Amanda L. Smith, Paul C. Dechow, David S. Strait, Tilman Voigt, Callum F. Ross


										

Review of in vivo bone strain studies and finite element models of the Zygomatic Complex in humans and nonhuman primates : implications for clinical research and practice

Felippe Bevilacqua Prado, Alexandre Rodrigues Freire, Ana Claudia Rossi, Justin A. Ledogar, Amanda L. Smith, Paul C. Dechow, David S. Strait, Tilman Voigt, Callum F. Ross

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    The anatomical record: advances in integrative anatomy and evolutionary biology

    Vol. 299, no. 12, nespSI (Dec., 2016), p. 1753-1778