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1 7 Underarm och hand Biomekanik Ulrich Moritz 1. Barr AE, Bear-Lehman J. Biomechanics of the wrist and hand. I Nordin M, Frankel VH (red.). Basic Biomechanics of the Musculoskeletal System 3. uppl. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2001; Beijani FJ, Landsmeer JMF. Biomechanics of the hand. I Nordin M, Frankel VH (red.). Basic Biomechanics of the Musculoskeletal System 2. uppl. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger; l989; Carlsöö S: How Man Moves. Heinemann, London l972; Chao EY,Opgrande JD, Axmear FE. Three-dimensional force analysis of finger joints in selected isometric hand functions. J Biomech 1976;9: af Ekenstam F, Hagert CG. Anatomical studies on the geometry and stability of the distal radio ulnar joint. Scand J Plast Reconstr Surg 1985; 19: Hagert CG. Anatomical aspects on the design of metacarpophalangeal implants. Reconstr Surg Traumat l981; 18: Hagert CG. Distal radius fracture and the distal radioulnar joint anatomical considerations. Handchir Mikrochir Plast Chir 1994; 26: Hansson G-Å, Balogh I, Ohlsson K, Rylander L, Skerfving S. Goniometer measurement and computer analysis of wrist angles and movements applied to occupational repetitive work. J Electromyogr. Kinesiol l996; 6: Harms-Ringdahl K. Sjukgymnastisk behandling av nedsatt mobilitet i handled efter typisk radiusfraktur. Sjukgymnasten 1971; 7/ 8: Keir PJ, Wells RP, Ranney DA, Lavery W. The effect of tendon load and hand posture on carpal tunnel pressure. J Hand Surg [Am] l997; 22: Landsmeer J M F. Long, C. The mechanism of finger control, based on electromyograms and location analysis. Acta anat 1965; 60: Penrod DD, Davy DT, Singh DP. An Optimization approach to tendon force analysis, J Biomech 1974; 7:

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