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Compact bone fatigue damage--I. Residual strength and stiffness



Compact bone fatigue damage--I. Residual strength and stiffness



Journal of Biomechanics 10(5-6): 325-337




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PMID: 893471

DOI: 10.1016/0021-9290(77)90005-7


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