Chapter 4. The Response of Biological Tissue to Stress. Overview. A wide range of external and internal forces are either generated or resisted by the human body during the course of daily activities
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The load-deformation curve, or stress-strain curve, of a structure depicts the relationship between the amount of force applied to a structure and the structure’s response in terms of deformation or acceleration
Tenosynovitis/tenovaginitis, peritendinitis, and paratenonitis, indicate an inflammatory disorder of tissues surrounding the tendon such as the tendon sheath – usually the result of a repetitive friction of the tendon and its sheath