To investigate the bone hardness of different anatomical regions of the human radius and its impact on the pullout strength of screws.
Fresh radius bones were obtained from three donated cadavers. They were divided into three parts: proximal metaphysis, shaft, and distal metaphysis. The proximal metaphysis contains the head, neck, and radial tuberosity. The distal metaphysis includes...
To investigate the microhardness distribution throughout the human hand phalanges using the Vickers method, which can be used to directly evaluate the bone mechanical properties at tissue level and provide an alternative means to investigate bone quality.
The phalanges bones involved in this study were collected from three healthy donors; fresh‐frozen right limbs were used. The...
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