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Title: Finger Proximal Inter Phalangeal (P.I.P.) Motion : Joint Surfaces and Ligamentous Geometries Are Interrelated
Authors: van Zwieten, Koos Jaap
Schmidt, Klaus
De Munter, Stephanie
Kosten, Lauren
Hotterbeekx, An
Lippens, Peter
Adriaensens, Peter
Lambrichts, Ivo
Geusens, Piet
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Varzin, S.A.; Taraskovskaya, O. (Ed.). HEALTH – THE BASE OF HUMAN POTENTIAL : PROBLEMS AND WAYS TO SOLVE THEM. 6th ANNUAL ALL–RUSSIAN RESEARCH AND PRACTICAL CONFERENCE WITH INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION. Proceedings of the Conference,p. 231-236
Abstract: Because in man, the knee joint and the Proximal Inter Phalangeal (P.I.P.-) joint of the finger show several similarities (Slattery, 1990), it is justified to analyze some of the human P.I.P.-joint´s functional morphology by making use of methodologies elsewhere applied on form and function of the human knee. Analyzing the shapes of the articular surfaces of the finger P.I.P.-joint is also needed in view of somber perspectives of some P.I.P. joint arthroplasties after a certain time (Sweets and Stern, 2011).
Notes: Short Summary of one Bachelors Thesis and two 1st Masters Theses, Department of Anatomy - Life Sciences, Clinical Molecular Sciences, BioMed Research Institute, transnational University Limburg, University of Hasselt, Belgium - HR license number 020 593 from 8/7/97, Tax Credit - National Classification of products,OK 005-93, v.2, 95 3004 - Scientific and industrial literature
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/13043
Link to publication: http://human-potential.info/archives/29
ISSN: 2076-4618
Category: C1
Type: Proceedings Paper
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