Illuminating fractures: X-ray imaging sheds new light on bone damage
Using cutting-edge X-ray techniques, Cornell University researchers have uncovered cellular-level detail of what happens when bone bears repetitive stress over time, visualizing damage at smaller scales than previously observed. Their work could offer clues into how bone fractures could be prevented.
From athletes to individuals suffering from osteoporosis, bone fractures are usually the result of tiny cracks accumulating over time—invisible rivulets of damage that, when coalesced, lead ...
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