Skeletal Function and Form

Skeletal Function and Form Author : Dennis R. Carter
Release : 2007-08-25
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
ISBN : 9780521714754
File Size : 65.93 MB
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The intimate relationship between form and function inherent in the design of animals is perhaps nowhere more evident than in the musculoskeletal system. In the bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and muscles of all vertebrates there is a graceful and efficient physical order. This book is about how function determines form. It addresses the role of mechanical factors in the development, adaptation, maintenance, ageing and repair of skeletal tissues. The authors refer to this process as mechanobiology and develop their theme within an evolutionary framework. They show how the normal development of skeletal tissues is influenced by mechanical stimulation beginning in the embryo and continuing throughout life into old age. They also show how degenerative disorders such as arthritis and osteoporosis are regulated by the same mechanical processes that influence development and growth. Skeletal Function and Form bridges important gaps among disciplines, providing a common ground for understanding, and will appeal to a wide audience of bioengineers, zoologists, anthropologists, palaeontologists and orthopaedists.

Skeletal Muscle

Skeletal Muscle Author : Brian R. MacIntosh
Release : 2006
Publisher : Human Kinetics
ISBN : 9780736045179
File Size : 78.44 MB
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Provides readers with a detailed understanding of the different facets of muscle physiology. Examines motoneuron and muscle structure and function. It is intended for those need to know about skeletal muscle--from undergraduate and graduate students gaining advanced knowledge in kinesiology to physiotherapists, physiatrists, and other professionals whose work demands understanding of muscle form and function.


Skeletons Author : Andrew Kirk
Release : 2016-08-01
Publisher : Wellfleet Press
ISBN : 1577151232
File Size : 83.6 MB
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Everything you need to know about the framework of the body - our bones! Bone is one of the most extraordinary materials in the natural world-flexible, strong, and available in a number of types and densities. Yet we can only absorb quite how amazing it is when we look at the range of different jobs it can do, from supporting a huge and heavy mammal like an elephant, to enabling a bat to fly. It can even teach us about the past! Scientists have gathered all the information they know about the dinosaurs and their dependents from their fossilized bones, extraordinary reminders of the way our world used to be. Skeletons covers everything you need to know about bones! Beautifully illustrated with the engravings of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, learn all about the skeleton and the variety of actions it preforms to enable an animal to survive. Then, go deeper and see how skeletons have evolved over time. They can even adapt to different climates to help animals survive! You'll also find complete directory of skeletons with its own box of key facts and statistics. It's scientific eye candy! - See more at:

Skeletal Muscle

Skeletal Muscle Author : Alan J. McComas
Release : 1996
Publisher : Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics
File Size : 20.88 MB
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Skeletal Muscle: Form and Function is an excellent reference for exercise physiologists, physical therapists, athletic trainers, sports physicians, and strength and conditioning specialists. More than 1,000 references and 300 detailed illustrations also make it an ideal text for graduate-level muscle physiology courses. Dr. Alan McComas, a professor of Biomedical Sciences and Medicine (neurology), is known worldwide for his lifetime contributions to research in muscle physiology. In Skeletal Muscle: Form and Function, he examines the structure of muscle and nerve and shows how structure is intimately related to function. He also discusses the cellular processes that take place when muscles work and how certain clinical disorders result from specific defects in muscle and nerve.

Biology, Form and Function of Animal Life, Chapters 22-32

Biology, Form and Function of Animal Life, Chapters 22-32 Author : Gilbert D. Brum
Release : 1994-01-13
Publisher : Wiley
ISBN : 9780471018308
File Size : 66.77 MB
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A Note to the Student Wiley is dedicated to meeting faculty and student needs by providing flexible educational materials for your Introductory Biology course. Wiley has divided Biology: Exploring Life into six separate paperback volumes to allow maximum utility. Hardcover Contents ISBN Biology: Exploring Life Chapters 1-44 0471-54408-6 Paperback Units Contents ISBN Volume 1 Cell Biology and Genetics Chapters 1-17 0471-01827-9 Volume 2 Form and Function of Plant Life Chapters 18-21 0471-01831-7 Volume 3 Form and Function of Animal Life Chapters 22-32 0471-01830-9 Volume 4 Evolution Chapters 33-35 0471-01829-5 Volume 5 Diversity and Classification Chapters 36-39 0471-01828-7 Volume 6 Ecology and Animal Behavior Chapters 40-44 0471-01832-5 This is just one of the many ways Wiley helps you make your education experience a positive one. In the opening pages of these paperbacks, you will find important information about how to maximize the value of the book.

Human Form, Human Function

Human Form, Human Function Author : Kerry L. Hull
Release : 2011-01
Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN : 0781780217
File Size : 67.21 MB
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Designed to accompany 'Human Form, Human Function', this student workbook offers chapter overviews, chapter objectives, focus questions, mastery tests, study activities, and mastery test answers.

Journal of Experimental Biology

Journal of Experimental Biology Author :
Release : 2003
Publisher :
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Biomechanics of the Musculo-skeletal System

Biomechanics of the Musculo-skeletal System Author : Benno M. Nigg
Release : 2007-03-12
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
File Size : 73.66 MB
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The latest edition of this classic in the field presents a unique and comprehensive account of the mechanics of the neuro-musculo-skeletal system. Written for students and researchers of biomechanics, the book covers key areas including the properties of biomaterials, common measuring techniques and modeling. As with the previous edition there are numerous applications and extensive questions and answers at the end of sections. Specific changes for this edition include: Major revision of the section on biological materials including bone, cartilage, ligament, tendon, muscle and joints and new discussion of failure and healing Extensive updating of material covering force, pressure distribution, optical methods and simulation An increase in the number and type of applications across a broad range of disciplines Biomechanics of the Musculo-skeletal System, Third Edition will prove invaluable for undergraduate students in mechanics and physics; medical students and graduate students in engineering, exercise and sport science and kinesiology; and for all those with an interest in the biomechanical aspects of the human or animal body.


Educamus Author :
Release : 1986
Publisher :
File Size : 82.73 MB
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The Mouth of the Infant

The Mouth of the Infant Author : James F. Bosma
Release : 1972
Publisher : Charles C. Thomas Publisher
File Size : 61.20 MB
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Green's Skeletal Trauma in Children E-Book

Green's Skeletal Trauma in Children E-Book Author : Gregory A Mencio
Release : 2019-10-08
Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN : 0323613373
File Size : 80.37 MB
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Long considered the "go-to" reference for orthopaedic trauma surgeons and pediatric orthopaedic trauma surgeons, Green’s Skeletal Trauma in Children provides comprehensive, practical guidance on the management of traumatic musculoskeletal injuries in children and adolescents. The fully revised 6th Edition covers the latest techniques, procedures, outcomes measures, pearls and pitfalls, and rehabilitation advice for the modern management and understanding of skeletal trauma in children – all provided by "who's who" list of pediatric orthopaedic trauma experts. Includes updated, evidence-based information on the impact of trauma to the immature and growing skeleton with comprehensive coverage of incidence, mechanisms of injury, classifications, and treatment options and complications for fractures in all major anatomical regions. Employs a new succinct and clear format that emphasizes need-to-know material. Features practical, step-by-step videos online. Includes hundreds of high-quality line drawings, diagnostic images, and full-color clinical photos that facilitate learning and understanding of complex material. Includes separate chapters on key topics such as Nerve Injury and Repair in Children, Skeletal Trauma in Young Athletes, Nonaccidental Trauma, Anesthesia and Analgesia, and Rehabilitation of the Child with Multiple Injuries. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.


Paleoanthropology Author : Milford H. Wolpoff
Release : 1999
Publisher : McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
File Size : 60.11 MB
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Since the first edition was introduced in 1980, Paleoanthropology has been the leading text for the upper-level undergraduate or graduate course in human evolution. Written by one of the world's leading experts on the subject, and the only human evolution text written by a paleontologist with direct experience with the fossil record, this new edition offers comprehensive coverage of all aspects of human evolution. This edition has been substantially revised and rewritten. It has been expanded to include the most recent research, theories, and new developments in the field, making it the most up-to-date and complete text on the human fossil record available.

Structure & Function of the Body

Structure & Function of the Body Author : Gary A. Thibodeau
Release : 2000
Publisher : Mosby Incorporated
File Size : 77.88 MB
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The Radiology of Skeletal Disorders

The Radiology of Skeletal Disorders Author : Ronald O. Murray
Release : 1990
Publisher :
ISBN : 9780443019807
File Size : 54.30 MB
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Almost a complete re-write of earlier editions, this book deals with the disorders of the skeleton, as reflected by their radiological appearances. It contains a number of exercises that simulate the practical demands of radiological interpretation.

Resident and Staff Physician

Resident and Staff Physician Author :
Release : 1985
Publisher :
File Size : 89.21 MB
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Saunders Textbook of Medical Assisting

Saunders Textbook of Medical Assisting Author : Diane M. Klieger
Release : 2005
Publisher : Saunders
File Size : 27.68 MB
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This comprehensive and visually appealing text covers all aspects of both the AAMA and AMT national curricula for medical assisting, including medical terminology, anatomy & physiology, and pathophysiology. The text is written in a reader-friendly style, and integrates features designed to foster a greater awareness for students of the consequences of their actions on the job, as well as to develop greater empathy for the patient's experience. A recurring Ripples on the Pond analogy emphasizes this "ripple," or consequences effect. Case scenarios at the beginning of chapters challenge students to put the chapter content into a real-world perspective, with follow-up questions at the end of chapters that are designed for self-reflection, homework assignments, or class discussion. An integrated package includes an interactive skills software program in the text, a student workbook with recall, application, and critical thinking exercises, a complete instructor's package, and a companion website. A Ripples on the Pond theme is designed to help students become more aware of the consequences and the cause-and-effect of their actions on the job. This theme is reinforced visually, and in content features throughout the text. Patient-Centered Professionalism boxes throughout chapters help students think about the chapter content in the perspective of the patient's experience so they can develop empathy for the patient and consider how their actions will be experienced by the patient. Coverage of national curriculum competencies, with a listing of the AAMA and RMA competencies in the instructor's package. A correlation grid of chapter objectives to curriculum competencies assures complete compliance with accreditation requirements. Two special chapters on student skills and employment provide excellent advice on how to get the most out of the learning experience, and how to get a job and succeed in one's career. Coverage is included of the three prerequisites of any medical assisting program: medical terminology, A&P, and pathology - making this an all-encompassing text that renders the purchase of additional texts unnecessary. Heavily illustrated step-by-step procedures, with charting examples and rationales, promote better understanding of how to properly perform all clinical and administrative procedures. Weighted competency checklists for all skills are in the student workbook. What Would You Do? case studies presented at the beginning of each chapter are revisited at the chapter end, along with questions to help students develop their critical thinking skills. These scenarios and questions also make excellent class or small-group discussions, or homework assignments. Suggested responses are in the instructor's package. For Further Exploration boxes suggest topics for further Internet research. Internet research activities are available in the student workbook, with active links on the companion website that are organized by chapter. Summary Keys offer a bulleted review of important points for each learning objective, reinforcing the content students must master for each chapter. Companion online course follows a generic organizational structure, with reading assignments keyed to the Klieger textbook. This course can either stand alone as true distance education courses, or can be used effectively to reinforce a traditional classroom course. An online mentor steps students through a virtual externship as they meet realistic patients, physicians, and co-workers while learning the basic theory and practicing the key curriculum skills.