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Bone -- Internal Modelling Relative to Attitude
I have a question pursuing research, and pardon if what I am asking should be
obviously known. I am fairly certain I saw a reference to longbone modelling
that indicated infrastructure related to that bone's habitual attitude, but I
am not familiar with it. In furtherance of my edification, I am therefore
wondering if anyone is aware of research and publications that describe the
relationship of the infrastructure of bone (from the medullary cavity to the
periosteum, and from the diaphysis to the epiphyses) to its habitual attitude?
Does the relative position or attitude actually have any bearing on the
infrastructure at all?
Jaime A. Headden
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