An Integrated Modeling Method for Bone Strain Analysis
Stress fracture is a common overuse injury experienced by participants of activities involving repetitive loading such as running and loaded walking. One population especially susceptible to this type of injury is US ARMY recruits. The incidence of stress fracture during basic training is about 6% in recruits  with the most common site of fracture being the tibia; these tibial stress fractures account for more than 40% of total stress fractures in the military [2,3].
Leib, Daniel; Wang, He; and Dugan, Eric L.. (2010). "An Integrated Modeling Method for Bone Strain Analysis". American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, .
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