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Crysta Frank
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Structural Mechanics for Jaw Bone Reconstruction Surgery

IntroductionCurrently there are a variety of methods available for the treatment of oral cancer; however, surgery is the most well established mode of treatment for the majority of oral cancers [1]. Mandibulectomy is a surgery that includes removing all or part of the mandible (the jaw bone). If an x-ray of a jaw bone finds that the tumor has grown into the bone then segmental mandibulectomy will need to be performed to remove a large part of the jaw [2]. If an x-ray is done on the tumor and…See More
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Scan-and-Solve Pro Analysis on Prosthetic Feet

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Prosthetic feet give amputees the ability to walk, run, and participate in everyday activities again. Over the past decade, technology and research have expanded the functionality of prosthetic feet so that there are now a wide range of feet to choose from. The heavy wood and steel materials that were previously used have been replaced by lightweight plastics, metal alloys and carbon fiber…

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Posted on November 13, 2018 at 1:47pm

Analysis of the Significance of Helmets in Football Head Collisions

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Football helmets are designed to protect the skull against bruising and fracture during linear impacts. The two key aspects that allow the helmet to do this is by slowing down acceleration and distributing the force over a larger area. The acceleration is reduced through deformation of the outer shell and liner of the helmet that spreads the force…

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Posted on November 13, 2018 at 1:46pm

Structural Mechanics for Jaw Bone Reconstruction Surgery

Introduction

Currently there are a variety of methods available for the treatment of oral cancer; however, surgery is the most well established mode of treatment for the majority of oral cancers [1]. Mandibulectomy is a surgery that includes removing all or part of the mandible (the jaw bone). If an x-ray of a jaw bone finds that the tumor has grown into the bone…

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Posted on June 15, 2018 at 5:15pm

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