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Biomechanics of Fracture

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Kenneth Egol, Victor H. Frankel

Biomechanics of bone is paramount to Orthopaedic Surgery, but its complexity can intimidate surgeons of all training levels. This previously unreleased piece of Orthopaedic history provides viewers with perspective on the early days of biomechanical study, as well as an easy-to-understand tutorial on acute fracture mechanics and the role of energy in injury.