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How the Decrease of Collagen or Mineral Affect the Fracture in the Turkey Long Bones

VOSYNEK, P. NÁVRAT, T. PEČ, M. POŘÍZKA, J. DIVIŠ, P.

Original Title

How the Decrease of Collagen or Mineral Affect the Fracture in the Turkey Long Bones

English Title

How the Decrease of Collagen or Mineral Affect the Fracture in the Turkey Long Bones

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

Bone properties and response behavior after static or dynamic activation (loading) are still interesting topics in many fields of the science. Especially in the biomechanical problems such as bone loss of astronauts in space, osteoporosis, bone remodeling after fracture or remodeling after surgery (endoprosthesis and implants) and in osteointegration. This contribution deals with the relation between physiological, demineralized and deproteinized state of the turkey long bone – tibia. Three methods for comparison were used: 1) densitometry, 2) three point bending and 3) frequency analysis. The main goal of this work was to describe the decrease of the protein (collagen) or mineral of the bone with relation to the fracture in three point bending. The comparison is linked to the problem of different bone mechanical behavior in physiological and osteoporotic state.

English abstract

Bone properties and response behavior after static or dynamic activation (loading) are still interesting topics in many fields of the science. Especially in the biomechanical problems such as bone loss of astronauts in space, osteoporosis, bone remodeling after fracture or remodeling after surgery (endoprosthesis and implants) and in osteointegration. This contribution deals with the relation between physiological, demineralized and deproteinized state of the turkey long bone – tibia. Three methods for comparison were used: 1) densitometry, 2) three point bending and 3) frequency analysis. The main goal of this work was to describe the decrease of the protein (collagen) or mineral of the bone with relation to the fracture in three point bending. The comparison is linked to the problem of different bone mechanical behavior in physiological and osteoporotic state.

Keywords

Bone properties, long bone, osteoporosis, response behavior

RIV year

2014

Released

18.12.2014

Pages from

1753

Pages to

1756

Pages count

4

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT111233,
  author="Petr {Vosynek} and Tomáš {Návrat} and Michal {Peč} and Jaromír {Pořízka} and Pavel {Diviš}",
  title="How the Decrease of Collagen or Mineral Affect the Fracture in the Turkey Long Bones",
  annote="Bone properties and response behavior after static or dynamic activation (loading) are still interesting topics in many fields of the science. Especially in the biomechanical problems such as bone loss of astronauts in space, osteoporosis, bone remodeling after fracture or remodeling after surgery (endoprosthesis and implants) and in osteointegration. This contribution deals with the relation between physiological, demineralized and deproteinized state of the turkey long bone – tibia. Three methods for comparison were used: 1) densitometry, 2) three point bending and 3) frequency analysis. The main goal of this work was to describe the decrease of the protein (collagen) or mineral of the bone with relation to the fracture in three point bending. The comparison is linked to the problem of different bone mechanical behavior in physiological and osteoporotic state.",
  booktitle="International Scholarly and Scientific Research & Innovation",
  chapter="111233",
  howpublished="print",
  number="12",
  volume="8",
  year="2014",
  month="december",
  pages="1753--1756",
  type="journal article - other"
}