Wolff's Law and Connective Tissue Regulation: Modern Interdisciplinary Comments on Wolff's Law of Connective Tissue Regulation and Rational Understanding of Common Clinical Problems

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Guenter Regling
Walter de Gruyter, Mar 2, 2011 - Medical - 354 pages
Wolff's Law and Connective Tissue Regulation: Modern Interdisciplinary Comments on Wolff's Law of Connective Tissue Regulation and Rational Understa.
 

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Contents

I Historical Background
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Carl Culmann and Hermann von Meyer B Rüttimann
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Julius Wolff and Friedrich Pauwels Wolffs Concept of a Causal Therapy of Orthopaedic Diseases Using Biological Adaptation Phenomena and Its Re...
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Wolffs Law Paul Maquet
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II Theory of Biological Sciences
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Adaptation and Compensation as Biological Principles of Medical Thinking and Action A Hecht
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Feedback Control Processes in Medicine and Technology a Comparison F Thomas
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III Biomechanical Considerations
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Bone Remodelling in Disuse Osteoporosis HG Willert A Enderle
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Selenite Nitrate and Mercury and their Influence on Regulation Principles in Connective Tissue G Wilsdorf
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The Biological Role of Oxygen Radicals Lipid Peroxidation and Antioxidative Therapy in Connective Tissue Regulation G Regling A Hager G Wilsd...
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VI Special Clinical Problems
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Modes of Adaptation in Noncemented Total Hip Endoprosthesis K Rossak
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Cementless Implantation of the Stem of Different Types of Standard Hip Endoprosthesis G E Krakovits
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Bone Adaptation to Dynamic Osteosynthetic Implants R Labitzke
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Complex BiophysicalChemical Therapies for Squamous Cell Carcinoma U G Randoll R M Pangan R Dehmlow
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The Mechanoreceptor Hypothesis for Remodeling of Bone and the Influence of Fluorid Therapy for Osteoporosis on It K Abendroth
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Metaphyseal Stress Shielding and Transarticular Load Transfer a Biomechanical Concept of Osteopenia R Schleberger K Bernsmann E M Schneider
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