skip to main content
Show Results with:
Refined by: author: Claes, Lutz remove
Result Number Material Type Add to My Shelf Action Record Details and Options
1
Material Type:
Article
Add to My workspace

Prediction of the time course of callus stiffness as a function of mechanical parameters in experimental rat fracture healing studies--a numerical study

PLoS ONE, Vol.9(12), p.e115695 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Full text available

View all versions
2
Material Type:
Article
Add to My workspace

Numerical simulation of callus healing for optimization of fracture fixation stiffness

PLoS ONE, Vol.9(7), p.e101370 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Full text available

View all versions
3
Material Type:
Article
Add to My workspace

Comparison between different methods for biomechanical assessment of ex vivo fracture callus stiffness in small animal bone healing studies

PLoS ONE, Vol.10(3), p.e0119603 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Full text available

View all versions
4
Material Type:
Article
Add to My workspace

The mode of interfragmentary movement affects bone formation and revascularization after callus distraction

PLoS ONE, Vol.13(8), p.e0202702 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Full text available

View all versions
5
Material Type:
Article
Add to My workspace

Novel systems for the application of isolated tensile, compressive, and shearing stimulation of distraction callus tissue

PLoS ONE, Vol.12(12), p.e0189432 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Full text available

View all versions
6
Material Type:
Article
Add to My workspace

Intramembranous bone formation after callus distraction is augmented by increasing axial compressive strain

PLoS ONE, Vol.13(4), p.e0195466 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Full text available

7
Material Type:
Article
Add to My workspace

Simulating lateral distraction osteogenesis

PLoS ONE, Vol.13(3), p.e0194500 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Full text available

View all versions
8
Material Type:
Article
Add to My workspace

Characterization of interfragmentary motion associated with common osteosynthesis devices for rat fracture healing studies

PLoS One, Apr 2017, Vol.12(4), p.e0176735 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Full text available

View all versions
9
Material Type:
Article
Add to My workspace

The effect of both a thoracic trauma and a soft-tissue trauma on fracture healing in a rat model

Acta Orthopaedica, 01 April 2011, Vol.82(2), p.223-227 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Full text available

Refine Search Results

Expand My Results

  1.   

Try a new search

Ignore my search and look for everything

by this Author/Contributor:

  1. Claes, L
  2. Ignatius, A
  3. Claes, Lutz
  4. Ignatius, Anita
  5. Lutz Claes

Searching Remote Databases, Please Wait