Implementation of Asymmetric Yielding in Case Specific Finite Element Models improves the Prediction of Femoral Fracture Risk

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Derikx, L.C. and Vis, R. and Meinders, T. and Verdonschot, N. and Tanck, E. (2010) Implementation of Asymmetric Yielding in Case Specific Finite Element Models improves the Prediction of Femoral Fracture Risk. In: 18th Annual Symposium on Computational Methods in Orthopaedic Biomechanics, March 5, 2010, New Orleans, USA (pp. 18 - ).

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