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Academic Article A model to study the disc degeneration process.
Academic Article Sensitivity of periprosthetic stress-shielding to load and the bone density-modulus relationship in subject-specific finite element models.
Academic Article Effect of annular incision type on the change in biomechanical properties in a herniated lumbar intervertebral disc.
Academic Article Novel model to analyze the effect of a large compressive follower pre-load on range of motions in a lumbar spine.
Academic Article Relationship between disc injury and manual lifting: a poroelastic finite element model study.
Academic Article Screw angulation affects bone-screw stresses and bone graft load sharing in anterior cervical corpectomy fusion with a rigid screw-plate construct: a finite element model study.
Academic Article Evaluation of change in muscle activity as a result of posterior lumbar spine surgery using a dynamic modeling system.
Academic Article Simulation of inhomogeneous rather than homogeneous poroelastic tissue material properties within disc annulus and nucleus better predicts cervical spine response: a C3-T1 finite element model analysis under compression and moment loadings.
Academic Article Lumbar vertebral growth is governed by "chondral growth force response curve" rather than "Hueter-Volkmann law": a clinico-biomechanical study of growth modulation changes in childhood spinal tuberculosis.
Academic Article Initiation and progression of mechanical damage in the intervertebral disc under cyclic loading using continuum damage mechanics methodology: A finite element study.
Academic Article A biomechanical comparison of three different posterior fixation constructs used for c6-c7 cervical spine immobilization: a finite element study.

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