Published in Medical Imaging Week, February 10th, 2007
This trend article about State University of New York, U.S., is an immediate alert from NewsRx to identify developing directions of research.
Study 1: New investigation results, "Low-level mechanical vibrations can influence bone resorption and bone formation in the growing skeleton," are detailed in a study published in Bone. "Short durations of extremely small magnitude, high-frequency, mechanical stimuli can promote anabolic activity in the adult skeleton. Here, it is determined if such signals can influence trabecular and cortical formative and resorptive activity in the growing...
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