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Emmanuel Cordier
08-16-1998, 03:36 AM
Dear colleagues,

I am collecting information about this subject for months.

I hope that the following list will allow you to really (*) get
documentation.

Could you please report to me any wrong indication ?

I will try to add valuable information to this list.
Please send me any accurate information you could become.

(* : The journey 'anecdotes' from some of us are pleasant to read,
but are often only the beginning of months of research to
find effective information and become 'palpable' documentation... ;)

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HISTORY of LOCOMOTION STUDY - AVALAIBLE DOCUMENTATION

1998.08.16

Emmanuel CORDIER


1. ISB book: "Biolocomotion: A Century of Research Using Moving Pictures"
+ ordering information

2. Symposium on Biolocomotion: A Century of Research Using Moving Pictures
Scuola Nazionale di Atletica Leggera, Formia, Italy, 14 - 17 April 1989.
Scientific Programme

3. Musee Marey, Beaune, France + list of avalaible books

4. Other books

5. Marey short biography (in french)

6. Interesting web sites and contacts about recent devices for
movement analysis

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1. ISB book (29 Oct. 1992)


The following ISB book, already seen as an advance copy during the ESB-92 meeting
in Rome last summer, is now available (Book following the proceedings of
a Symposium under the same title, Formia, Italy, 14-17 April 1989):

A. Cappozzo, M. Marchetti and V. Tosi (Eds),

Biolocomotion: A Century of Research Using Moving Pictures,

International Society of Biomechanics Series - Volume 1.

ISBN 88-86125-00-3, x+358 pp., ill., hardcover,
Promograph, Roma, Italy 1992.

(180 black and white and 7 colour figures)


CONTENTS

1. Introductory lecture
S. Cerquiglini

PART I

2. The concept of Movement Prior to Giovanni Alfonso Borelli
G. Lorini, D. Bossi and N. Specchia

3. Borelli's Heritage
A. Cappozzo and M. Marchetti

PART II

4. Marey and Muybridge: How Modern Biolocomotion Analysis Started
V. Tosi

5. Etienne-Jules Marey, or when Motion Biomechanics Emerged as a Science
S. Bouisset

6. Clinical and Kinesiological Electromyography by "Le Docteur Duchenne
(de Boulogne)"
J.P. Clarys and L. Lewille

7. "The Human Gait" by Braune and Fischer
P. Maquet

8. Some Pioneers of Scientific Cinematography during the Turn of
the Century and their Work in Biolocomotion
H.-K. Galle

9. Bernstein: the Microscopy of Movement
H. Jansons

10. The Californian Contribution
J.P. Paul

PART III

11. One Hundred Years of Photogrammetry in Biolocomotion
H.J. Woltring

12. Assessment of Musculoskeletal Disorders by Locomotion Analysis:
a Critical and Epistemological Historical Review
R.A. Brand

13. Cinematography in the Study of Animal Locomotion
R.McN. Alexander

14. Biolocomotion: An Item in the Encyclopaedia Cinematographica
H.-K. Galle

PART IV

15. Simultaneous Recordings of Body Movement and Force Data on a
Commercial VTR During In Vivo Measurement of Hip Joint Force
F. Graichen and G. Bergmann

16. Dynamic Pedography - A Tool for the Evaluation of Therapeutic
Success after Fracture Treatment?
T. Mittlemeier, G. Lob, M. Faessler, W. Mutschler and G. Bauer

17. Soft Saturation, an Idea for Load Sharing Between Muscles.
Application to the Study of Human Locomotion.
A. Siemienski

18. Posture and Movement Analysis in Ergonomics, Principles and Research
J. Dul, N.J. Delleman and V.H. Hildebrandt

19. Biomechanical Analysis of Triple Jump
F. Merni, L. Coppini, A. Chicchella and A. Madella

20. Software Tools for Analysis and Representation of Movement.
M. Solari, P. Morasso and G. Vercelli

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS


The editors are with the

Dipartimento di Biomeccanica,
Istituto di Fisiologia Umana,
Universita di Roma "La Sapienza",
Piazzale Aldo Moro 5,
I - 00185 ROMA, Italy
(Aurelio Cappozzo and Marco Marchetti)

and with the

Associazione Italiana di Cinematografia Scientifica (Virgilio Tosi).


PRICE:
Lit. 63,750 International Society of Biomechanics members;
Lit. 85,000 Non-members;
add Lit. 5,000 for surface mailing (whole world);
add Lit. 8,000 for air mail to Europe;
add Lit. 18,000 for air mail to the rest of the world;
add Lit. 20,000 for bank charges (money order payment only).

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ORDERING INFORMATION (by letter or fax, but *NOT* via email)
Order from:
Accademia di Scienze del Movimento
Istituto di Fisiologia Umana
Universita' degli Studi "La Sapienza"
00185 Roma - Italy
FAX: + 39 6 44 52 303

Surname: Name:

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Mailing address:

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Postal code: City: Country:

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Signature

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Payment:
- to be billed
- payment encl.
Cheque or money order should be made payable to
Accademia di Scienze del Movimento
Account N. 36095/07
Banca Nazionale delle Comunicazioni - Rome Branch
Via Abruzzi 12
I - 00187 Rome, Italy
Telex: 610487/625698 - S.W.I.F.T. BIC: BNCITRR
- by credit card (no bank charges in this case), State Card number,
type, expiration date, and holder name and date of birth.



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The book can also be ordered from the ISB:

The book costs AUD65 (ISB members) or AUD75 (Non-members), plus AUD20
for postage.

Order by E-mail to Graeme Wood gwood@cyllene.uwa.edu.au.

Include the following information: credit card number, card holder's
name and card expiry date, together with a clear statement of what you
wish to purchase (for the auditor's benefit). The book will be sent to
you from Italy, where the stocks are held.



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2. Symposium on Biolocomotion (17 Apr. 1989)



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* SYMPOSIUM ON BIOLOCOMOTION: A CENTURY OF RESEARCH USING MOVING PICTURES *
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* Scuola Nazionale di Atletica Leggera, Formia, Italy, 14 - 17 April 1989 *
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In cooperation with

Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano - Scuola dello Sport
Federazione Italiana di Atletica Leggera, Centro Studi & Ricerche
Istituto Superiore di Educazione Fisica di Roma

under the patronage of

International Society of Biomechanics
European Society of Biomechanics
International Film Association



SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME


(N.B.: This programme was copied from a telefax message, with some names
rather difficult to read -- HJW)


FRIDAY, April 14

17.00 REGISTRATION

20.00 DINNER


SATURDAY, April 15


CHAIRMAN: Aurelio Cappozzo

9.00 OPENING OF THE SYMPOSIUM
Sergio Cerquiglini (Roma, Italy)

9.30 BORELLI'S HERITAGE
Aurelio Cappozzo and Marco Marchetti (Formia, Italy)

10.15 MAREY AND MUYBRIDGE: HOW MODERN BIOLOCOMOTION ANALYSIS STARTED
Virgilio Tosi (Formia, Italy)

11.00 COFFEE BREAK

11.30 AMBULATION, CULTURAL AND SOCIAL IDENTITY
Diego Carpitella (Roma, Italy)

12.15 BIOLOCOMOTION: AN ITIEM IN THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA CINEMATOGRAPHICA
Hans Karl Galle (Goettingen, F.R. Germany)

12.45 END OF SESSION

13.30 LUNCH


CHAIRMAN: Virgilio Tosi

16.00 THE HUMAN GAIT BY BRAUNE AND FISCHER
Paul Maquet (Li`ege, Belgium)

16.45 'ETIENNE JULES MAREY OR THEN THE INTEREST FOR MOVEMENT BECAME A SCIENCE
Simon Bouisset (Orsay, France)

17.30 COFFEE BREAK

18.00 THE PIONEERS OF SCIENTIFIC CINEMATOGRAPHY DURING THE TURN OF THE CENTURY
AND THEIR WORK IN BIOLOCOMOTION
Hans Karl Galle (Goettingen, F.R. Germany)

18.30 THE PREHISTORY OF BIOLOCOMOTION STUDIES IN EASTERN EUROPE
Haralds Jansons (Riga, U.S.S.R.)

19.00 END OF SESSION


SUNDAY, April 16


CHAIRMAN: Necip Berme

9.00 BERNSTEIN: THE MICROSCOPY OF MOVEMENT
Haralds Jansons (Riga, U.S.S.R.)

9.45 THE CALIFORNIAN CONTRIBUTION
John P. Paul (Glasgow, U.K.)

10.30 COFFEE BREAK

11.00 ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF PHOTOGRAMMETRY IN BIOLOCOMOTION
Herman J. Woltring (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)

11.30 TV/COMPUTER MOTION ANALYSIS SYSTEMS: THE FIRST TWO DECADES
Hans Furn'ee (Delft, The Netherlands)

12.00 CLINICAL AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHICAL KINESIOLOGY
BY "LE DOCTEUR DUCHENNE (de BOULOGNE)"
Jan P. Clarys and L'eon Lewille (Brussels, Belgium)

12.45 END OF SESSION

13.30 LUNCH


CHAIRMAN: John P. Paul

16.00 CINEMATOGRAPHY IN THE STUDY OF ANIMAL LOCOMOTION
Richard McN. Alexander (Leeds, U.K.)

16.45 WILD LIFE ONE: IN-FLIGHT MOVIE
Mike Kendall (Bristol, U.K.)

17.15 COFFEE BREAK

17.45 ASSESSMENT OF MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS BY BIOLOCOMOTION ANALYSIS:
A CRITICAL HISTORICAL REVIEW
Richard Brand (Iowa City, IOWA, U.S.A.)

18.30 SIMULTANEOUS RECORDING OF BODY MOVEMENT AND FORCE DATA ON A COMMERCIAL
VTR DURING IN-VIVO MEASUREMENT OF HIP JOINT FORCE
Friedmar Graichen and Georg Bergmann (Berlin, F.R. Germany)

18.45 MEASUREMENT FACILITY OF FORCES AT THE KNEE JOINT DURING STAIR CLIMBING
Fran,cois P'elisse, F. Marie, P. Richard and D. G'eger (Valenton, France)

19.00 MOVEMENT ANALYSIS IN THE CLINICAL ROUTINE
Fabio Catani and Sandro Giannini (Bologna, Italy)

19.15 END OF SESSION

20.00 DINNER


MONDAY, April 17


CHAIRMAN: Richard Brand

9.00 KINESIS: A TOOL FOR ANALYSIS AND REPRESENTATION OF MOVEMENT
Piero Morasso, Gianni Vercelli and Massimo Solari (Genova, Italy)

9.20 SYNTHESIS OF HUMAN GAIT
Necip Berme (Columbus - OHIO, U.S.A.)

10.00 SOFT SATURATION, AN IDEA FOR LOAD SHARING BETWEEN MUSCLES. APPLICATION
TO THE STUDY OF HUMAN LOCOMOTION
Adam Siemienski (Wroclaw, Poland)

10.15 POSTURE AND MOVEMENT ANALYSIS IN ERGONOMICS. PRINCIPLE AND RESEARCH
Jan Dul (Leyden, The Netherlands)

10.30 COFFEE BREAK

11.00 DYNAMIC PEDOGRAPHY - A TOOL FOR THE EVALUATION OF THERAPEUTIC SUCCESS
AFTER FRACTURE TREATMENT
Thomas Mittlmeier, G. Lob, W. Mutschler and G. Bauer (Munich, F.R.
Germany)

11.15 GAIT ANALYSIS IN RACE WALKERS
Raul Saggini, A. Caligaris and A. Pezzatini (Chieti, Italy)

11.30 KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF TRIPLE JUMP
Franco Menni, Antonio Cicchella and Alberto Madella (Bologna, Italy)

11.45 ANALYSIS OF RUNNING IN SOCCER PLAYERS
Raul Saggini and A. Caligaris (Chieti, Italy)

12.00 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE HIP
Giulio Cesare Togescan, Enzio Brizzi and Michelangelo de Faveri (Frenzo,
Italy)

12.30 CLOSURE OF THE SYMPOSIUM
Aurelio Cappozzo and Virgilio Tosi (Roma, Italy)

12.45 END OF SESSION

13.30 LUNCH


DURING THE SYMPOSIUM SELECTIONS OF FILMS FROM THE 'INSTITUT FUER DEN WISSEN-
SCHAFTLICHEN FILM' (Institute for Scientific Film) WILL BE SHOWN IN A SEPARATE
PROJECTION ROOM.

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE:
The official language of the Symposium is English.

PROCEEDINGS:
The proceedings of the Symposium will include both invited and contributed
papers.


SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION

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COSMED s.r.l. - Telemtry system for VO2 measurement
H.E. Furn'ee - PRIMAS System
LOG.IN s.r.l. - COSTEL
POLISENS s.p.a. - Chomat
T. Mittlmeier - Dinant Podographic system



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3. Musee Marey (16 Aug. 1998)


"Musee Marey", Beaune, France (Burgundy, 50 Km of Dijon, 350 Km of Paris).

Hotel de Ville, 21200 Beaune, France.

Closed from November to March inclusive.

Open from 14h00 to 18h00.

"This small museum contains many wonderful artifacts from Marey's work
and is well worth a visit (as is the nearby Chateau Mersault and other
excellent vineyards!). A sculpture on the theme of motion analysis is
also nearby"

I agree with Peter Cavanagh ! ;)

Among other things, you can see there a "zootrope", a "sphygmograph",
and the famous "photographic gun".

The following booklets (in french) are available in the museum:

- "La Chronophotographie", catalogue of the "exposition a la Chapelle
de l'Oratoire", Beaune, France, 1984.
179 pages, 138 b&w sketches and photos, price : 115 FF.

content: history of chronophotography, cinema and motion analysis
since the 17th century.

- "E.J. Marey", Francois Dagonet, Coll. 35/87,
Hazan ed., Paris, France, 1987.
price : 150 FF.

- "La passion du mouvement au 19e siecle : Hommage a E.J. Marey",
catalogue of the "exposition a la Chapelle de l'Oratoire",
Beaune, France, 1991.
price 80 FF.

- "Le mouvement decompose : Marey - Edgerton - Hans - Gioli - Lerisse
- Wolf", catalogue of the "exposition a la Chapelle de l'Oratoire",
Beaune, France, 1992.
price : 60 FF.

- "Alexandra Allard : Hommage a Marey", catalogue of the "exposition
au musee Marey", Beaune, France, 1993.
price : 40 FF.

- "Le Mouvement", E.J. Marey, 1894.
republication of the original, "Collection Rayon-Photo",
Chambon ed., Nimes, France, 1994.
price : 180 FF.

- "E.J. Marey, pionnier de la synthese du mouvement",
catalogue of the "exposition a la Chapelle de l'Oratoire",
Beaune, France, 1995.
price : 60 FF.

- "La machine animale", E.J. Marey, 1875.
republication, Revue E.P.S. ed., 11 Avenue du Tremblay,
Paris, France, 1993.
price : 145 FF.

- "Mecanisme et education des mouvements", G. Demeny, 1901.
republication, Revue E.P.S. ed., 11 Avenue du Tremblay,
Paris, France, 1993.


NOTE:

I don't know if the museum accept mail-orders and to send the books.

The contact person is:

M. Rouvier,
Conservateur du Musee des Beaux-Arts,
Direction des Affaires Culturelles,
Hotel de Ville,
21200 Beaune, France.

FAX : +33 (0) 3.80.24.56.20

information web page about the museum (no pictures):

http://www.cnam.fr/museum/f/references/sites/site10127.html


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4. Other books (16 Aug. 1992)


- "Le grand art de la lumiere et de l'ombre - Archeologie du cinema",
Laurent Mannoni, Nathan ed., France.

- "E.J. Marey 1830-1904: La photographie du mouvement",
catalogue of the exhibition of the same name,
in "Centre Pompidou", Paris, France, 1977.
Centre Pompidou ed.


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5. Marey short biography (in french)


ÉTIENNE-JULES MAREY

Physiologiste spécialisé dans l'étude du mouvement, il invente le fusil
photographique, qui permet de réaliser une douzaine de photographies à
intervalles très courts sur un même disque. Voulant se lancer dans une
analyse plus détaillée, il abandonne son fusil, qui le limite par la
taille du disque, et met au point un nouvel appareil: Le
chronophotographe à plaques fixes (plaques de verre photographiques).

Grâce à un obturateur approprié, il fait "clignoter" I'objectif à des
intervalles de temps égaux et obtient des images successives de corps en
mouvement sur fond noir. On voit donc plusieurs instantanés d'un sujet
se déplaçant rapidement. Il se rend vite compte que la plaque fixe ne
convient pas aux mouvements très lents car alors les images sont
imparfaitement séparées ou même superposées, I'objectif étant fixe.

Dans sa communication à l'Académie des Sciences du 15 octobre 1888 il
déclare, que pour résoudre ce problème, la solution consiste à "déplacer
la surface sensible". Or, la plaque de verre est à la fois trop lourde
et trop fragile pour être déplacée vingt fois par seconde.

Le 29 octobre 1888, Marey présente à l'Académie sa solution: il présente
"une bande de papier sensible sur laquelle une série d'images a été
obtenue, à raison de vingt image par seconde. "L'appareil que j'ai
construit à cet effet déroule une bande de papier sensible avec une
vitesse qui peut atteindre 1 m60 par seconde."

A cette même communication, il établi aussi que la bande de papier doit
se dérouler par saccades (sinon, I'image sera floue) et il présente un
dispositif qu'il a inventé et qui arrête le papier pendant la durée de
l'exposition à la lumière, soit 1/5000 de seconde. Les images sont alors
d'une parfaite netteté.

3 novembre 1890, date importante, mais rarement remarquée dans les
écrits sur Marey: Dans sa communication à l'Académie des Sciences, Marey
pose le principe de la nécessité d'une juxtaposition rigoureuse des
images sur la pellicule, condition indispensable pour que les images
enregistrées puissent être projetées.

Citons le: "Tous les mouvements sont réglés de facon que la pellicule
sensible progresse, dans l'intervalle de deux images, d'une longueur
précisément égale à celle de l'image elle même".

On dit en effet souvent de Marey qu'il ne s'intéressait qu'à l'analyse
du mouvement (au quel cas une marge de grandeur quelconque entre les
images ne pose aucun inconvénient), mais on oublie de dire que c'est
bien lui aussi qui a établi les bases pour la synthèse du mouvement.

C'est lors de cette même communication que Marey annonce qu'il remplace
le papier sensible par la pellicule en celluloïd, fourni en bandes de
1m35 par Balagny (le premier fabricant en Europe). Balagny écrit à Marey
le 12 décembre 1890: "Nous ne faisons cette grandeur absolument que pour
vous". Le 2 mai 1892, Marey présente à l'Académie des Sciences un
projecteur qu'il appelle "Projecteur chronophotographique" et qui permet
"de montrer à un vaste auditoire les mouvements d'objets de toute nature
dont on a recueilli les images successives par le chronophotographe
enregistreur."

Carpentier, le mécanicien des Frères Lumière, vient avec ceux-ci rendre
visite à Marey, et c'est le chronophotographe qui les inspire pour la
prise du brevet de leur cinématographe.

Marey prévoyait déjà des appareils distincts pour la prise de vue et la
projection. Cependant, dans l'appareil de Marey, on peut facilement
faire passer un faisceau lumineux par la fenêtre ménagée à l'arrière, ce
qu'il faisait couramment à partir de 1888.

Aucune pièce mécanique ne s'interpose, et le rayon lumineux peut
traverser la pellicule et l'objectif qui l'étale sur l'écran. Ce
dispositif de réversibilité est celui adopté par les Lumière pour le
Cinématographe.


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6. web sites and contacts about recent devices for movement analysis

(15 May 1998)


Novel manifacture in-shoe and platform systems for dynamic pressure
distribution measurement beneath the foot. Please visit our web site
where you will find information and pictures (some dynamic I think).

http://www.novel.de

Contact me if you need any more info. but please let me know who you are
and where you are based.

Kind regards,

Caroline Jordan
Medical Engineering & Physics
King's College Hospital
East Dulwich Grove
London
SE22 8PT
UK

Tel & Fax: + 44 (0) 181 693 2345
Email: noveluk@novel.de


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We can possibly help you. Motion Analysis Corporation has inventoried
equipment and technology that I might be able to "shack Loose" for such
applications. It is completely dependent on other requests for technology
that are ahead of this application. but I can only inquire.

Motion Analysis Corporation
Daniel India, Vice President
3617 Westwind Blvd
Santa Rosa, CA 95403 USA
HQ Tel: 707-579-6500 Direct 847-945-1411
HQ Fax 707-526-0629 Direct 847-945-1442


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Have you tried contacting Dr Chris Kirtley in Hong
Kong. If not, he is a medic bioengineer who works with physiotherapists and
podiatrists. Chris developed softwear to analyse movement and uses it on
the net . Much of his preliminary work
was done teaching podiatrists about gait analysis.

try
and for
interesting links


Cheers
CK

Cameron Kippen e-mail:rkippenc@alpha2.curtin.edu.au
Department of Podiatry Tel: +61-08-9-266-3675
Curtin University of Technology Fax: +61-08-9-266-3679
Shenton Park, WA 6008
Australia


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QUALISYS

http://www.qualisys.se

Dipl.-Ing. Jörg Eggers,
Qualisys GmbH


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From: Wolfgang Pagani

just go to http:/www.simi.net

and you get some more information.

yours sincerely

Wolfgang Pagani


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Schauen Sie doch mal auf http://www.mikromak.com/.
Wenn Sie etwas davon brauchen oder wir wir Ihnen weiterhelfen koennen,
mail an mich.

Peter Fronteddu

mikromak GmbH / Am Wolfsmantel 18 / 91058 Erlangen / Germany
Tel: ++49-9131-690960 / Fax: ++49-9131-6909618
www: http://www.mikromak.com/
email: info@mikromak.com


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Ms. Lydgia A. Jarvis MusculoGraphics, Inc.
Marketing & Operations Assistant 1840 Oak Avenue
lydgia@musculographics.com Evanston, IL 60201

http://www.musculographics.com

tel(847)866-1877 fax(847)866-1808



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(Dr.) Emmanuel CORDIER - Head of the 'Foot & Ankle Group'

Institut fuer Experimentelle Chirurgie
der Universitaet Ulm

Abteilung Unfallchirurgische Forschung
und Biomechanik

Helmholtzstrasse 14
89081 ULM - GERMANY

Phone : direct +49 (0)731 . 50 . 22908
std. +49 (0)731 . 50 . 23481

Fax : +49 (0)731 . 50 . 23498

Email : emmanuel.cordier@medizin.uni-ulm.de

WWW : http://lyra.medizin.uni-ulm.de

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