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Wendlová J  
Muscular Dysbalance in Mm. Coxae Area and its Clinical Significance for Patients with Osteoporosis

Journal für Mineralstoffwechsel & Muskuloskelettale Erkrankungen 2002; 9 (2): 7-12

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Abbildung 1: Anatomical scheme of Mm. coxae (flexors, extensors)


Keywords: AnatomieExtensorFlexorGraphische DarstellungHüfteMineralstoffwechselMuskulatur
 
 
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Abbildung 2: Biomechanical scheme of force resolution in muscular balance: Q = the force vector, which simulates the action of the weight of the upper part of the body on articulatio and mm. coxae. Force Q resolutes into force F1 acting on flexors and F2 acting on extensors. F1 = the force vector transfered into flexors. F2 = the force vector transfered into extensors.


Keywords: AnatomieExtensorFlexorGraphische DarstellungHüfteKraftMineralstoffwechselMuskulaturVektor
 
 
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Abbildung 3: Biomechanical scheme of force resolution in muscular dysbalance. Tone of flexors is greater than of extensors. F1' = the force vector transfered into flexors. F2' = the force vector transfered into extensors.


Keywords: AnatomieExtensorFlexorGraphische DarstellungHüfteKraftMineralstoffwechselMuskulaturVektor
 
 
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Abbildung 4: Simulation of the influence of life load (blow, impact, fall) on resultant force in muscular dysbalance. P1 = the force vector of life load (blow, impact, fall). R = the resultant force of a vector of Q force and P1 force. F1'' = the force vector transfered into flexors. F2'' = the force vector transfered into extensors.


Keywords: AnatomieExtensorFlexorGraphische DarstellungHüfteKraftMineralstoffwechselMuskulaturVektor
 
 
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Abbildung 5: Influence of different direction of application of impact forces P1, P2 and P3 on the resolution of forces (F1'', F2'') in dysbalanced flexors and extensors.


Keywords: AnatomieExtensorFlexorGraphische DarstellungHüfteKraftMineralstoffwechselMuskulaturVektor
 
 
 
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