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04-21-2001, 01:17 AM
Literature Update for keywords BIOMECH* or LOCOMOT*

Rodger Kram
Univ. of Colorado

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COMPARATIVE
Blob, Richard W.
Evolution of hindlimb posture in nonmammalian therapsids: Biomechanical
tests of paleontological hypotheses.
Paleobiology. Winter, 2001. 27(1):14-38.

Shine, R.; Elphick, M. J.; Harlow, P. S.; Moore, I. T.; LeMaster, M. P.;
Mason, R. T.
Movements, mating, and dispersal of red-sided gartersnakes (Thamnophis
sirtalis parietalis) from a communal den in Manitoba.
Copeia. February 16, 2001. 2001(1):82-91.

NEURO
Christensen, LOD (REPRINT); Andersen, JB; Sinkjaeer, T; Nielsen,J.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation and stretch reflexes in the
tibialis anterior muscle during human walking.
JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON, 2001 MAR 1, V531 N2:545-557.

Schieber, Marc H.; Gardinier, Jennifer; Liu, Jie.
Tension distribution to the five digits of the hand by neuromuscular
compartments in the macaque flexor digitorum profundus.
Journal of Neuroscience. March 15, 2001. 21(6):2150-2158.

ORAL
George, Peter T.
Selecting sleep-disordered-breathing appliances: Biomechanical
considerations.
Journal of the American Dental Association. March, 2001. 132(3):339-347

SPORTS
Chow, John W.; Millikan, Tim A.; Carlton, Les G.; Morse, Marty I.;
Chae,Woen-Sik.
Biomechanical comparison of two racing wheelchair propulsion techniques.
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. March, 2001. 33(3):476-484.

ORTHOPEDICS
Bowker, Robert M.; Atkinson, Patrick J.; Atkinson, Theresa S.; Haut, Roger C.
Effect of contact stress in bones of the distal interphalangeal joint on
microscopic changes in articular cartilage and ligaments.
American Journal of Veterinary Research. March, 2001. 62(3):414-424.

Zioupos, P.
Accumulation of in-vivo fatigue microdamage and its relation to
biomechanical properties in ageing human cortical bone.
Journal of Microscopy (Oxford) February, 2001. 201(2):270-278.

Lam, James J.; Poon, Alex K. C.; Ko, Peter P. S.; Ko, Yuen; Tsang, Wai-luk.
Modified cross-pin femoral fixation using long needles, polydioxanone
suture, and traction suture for hamstring anterior cruciate ligament
reconstruction.
Arthroscopy. March, 2001. 17(3):324-328.
Type D 16 AB to see abstract.

Binnet, Mehmet S.; Gurkan, Ilksen; Karakas, Atac; Yilmaz, Cengiz; Erekul,
Selim; Cetin, Cem.
Histopathologic assessment of healed osteochondral fractures.
Arthroscopy. March, 2001. 17(3):278-285.

Appleyard, Richard C.; Swain, Michael V.; Khanna, Sam; Murrell, George A. C.
The accuracy and reliability of a novel handheld dynamic indentation
probe for analysing articular cartilage.
Physics in Medicine and Biology. February, 2001. 46(2):541-550.

BELOW ARE ALL CHAPTERS FROM A BOOK/CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
most are orthopedic/ergonomic

Kajzer, J.
Human biomechanics and injury prevention. (1999 International Human Life
Support Biomechanics Symposium Nagoya, Japan) Springer-Verlag Tokyo Inc. ;
Springer-Verlag New York Inc. Tokyo, Aichi, Japan; 175 Fifth Avenue, New
York, NY, 10010-7858, USA 1999.
i-xii; 1-266.
Series title: Human biomechanics and injury prevention.

Sato, Masaaki.
An application of the pipette technique to the measurement of local
mechanical properties of aortic walls.
IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:147-154

Tanabe, Yuji.
Mechanical properties of impacted human morsellised cancellous allografts
for revision joint arthroplasty. IN: Human biomechanics and
injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:261-266.

Fujie, Hiromichi.
Mechanical functions of human ACL bundles: Development and application of
a robotic knee simulator. IN: Human biomechanics and injury
prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:255-260

Sakamoto, Jiro.
A study on development of the total hip prosthesis design fitted for
Japanese patients with secondary osteoarthrosis. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:249-254.

Nishigaki, Hidekazu.
Fundamental study of dynamic analysis of lumbar vertebrae. (1999
International Human Life Support Biomechanics Symposium Nagoya, Japan)
IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:243-248.

Murakami, Teruo.
Biotribological aspects of natural synoval joints and artificial joints.
IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:235-242.

An, Kai-Nan.
Biomechanics of the soft tissue in repetitive motion disorders.
IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:231-234.

Blankevoort, L.
Fine-tuning the reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament in the
knee. IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999:223-230.

Hase, Kazunori.
Computational rehabilitation engineering with a walking model.
IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:217-222.

Tejima, Noriyuki.
A new force limitation mechanism for risk reduction in rehabilitation
robots. IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention.
Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:211-216.

Tanaka, Masao.
Estimation of lower limb muscle function from kinematic gait analysis and
muscle tension model. IN: Human biomechanics and injury
prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:205-210.

Tadano, Shigeru.
Some mechanical problems to use electric wheelchairs in a snowy region.
IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999:199-204.

Ifukube, Tohru.
One basic research approach for assistive technology in Japan.
IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999:191-198.

Cooper, Rory A.
Bringing advances in wheelchairs to the people. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:179-190.

Takakuda, Kazuo.
Locations of bone formation change according to the waveform of loads:
Hypothetic mechanism of cells to detect mechanical environment of bone.
IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:155-160.

Bader, Dan L.
Soft tissues and their functional repair. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:137-146.

Carter, D. R.
Mechanical influences on skeletal regeneration. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:129-136.

Maki, Tetsuo.
The behavior of bicyclists in accidents with cars. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:123-128.

Kitagawa, Yuichi.
Development of a human ankle/food model. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999. 117-122.

Tamura, Atsutaka.
Development of a finite element model of the human lower extremity for
assessing automotive crash injury potential. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999. 111-116.

Zellmer, Harald.
Optimized belt systems for front and rear seat passengers. IN:
Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:105-110.

Nanto, Yoshihiro.
The activities and research projects of the Ministry of Transport and
Traffic Safety & Nuisance Research Institute. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:93-103.

Trosseille, Xavier.
The development of chest protection. IN: Human biomechanics
and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:85-91.

Eppinger, Rolf H.
A biomechanical P.E.E.E.P show. IN: Human biomechanics and
injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:77-83.

Wittek, Adam.
Finite element model for simulation of muscle effects on kinematic
responses of cervical spine in low-speed rear-end impacts. IN:
Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:71-76.

Matsuoka, Yasuhiro.
Current status of finite element human model using PAM-CRASH.
IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:65-69.

Rzymkowski, Cezary.
"Hybrid" approach to modelling of biomechanical systems. IN:
Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:59-64.

Ono, Koshiro.
Influence of human spinal deformation on minor neck injuries for low
speed rear impacts. IN: Human biomechanics and injury
prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:51-58.

Kallieris, Dimitrios.
The biomechanics of frontal and lateral collision. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:41-50.

Crandall, Jeff R.
The tibia index: A step in the right direction. IN: Human
biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:29-40.

King, Albert I.
Recent advances in the biomechanics of the head and neck. IN:
Human biomechanics and injury prevention. Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:21-28.

Nerem, Robert M.
Biomechanics and its impact on human life: From gene expression to organ
physiology. IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention.
Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:13-19.

Mackay, Murray.
Perspective on impact biomechanics from traffic accident
analysis. IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention.
Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:1-12.

Yamamoto, Sota.
Development of high-speed tensile test system for ligaments and skeletal
muscles. IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention.
Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:167-172.

Yamada, Hiroshi.
Active stress models of cardiac muscle, smooth muscle and skeletal
muscle. IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention.
Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999.:161-166.

Bardsley, Geoff.
Developments in the provision of wheelchairs and seating in Tayside,
Scotland. IN: Human biomechanics and injury prevention.
Springer-Verlag, USA.
1999:173-177.

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