The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Surgery, Anatomy, Contact mechanics, Cartilage and Biomechanics. His work on Orthodontics expands to the thematically related Surgery. His Anatomy study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Biomedical engineering.
Thomas D. Brown interconnects Femoral head, Indentation, Optics, Stress and Contact area in the investigation of issues within Contact mechanics. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Biomechanics, focusing on Modulus and, on occasion, Deformation and Shear. His Orthopedic surgery research focuses on Pediatrics and how it connects with Femur.
His primary areas of study are Surgery, Anatomy, Contact mechanics, Orthodontics and Biomechanics. His research ties Femur and Anatomy together. His work investigates the relationship between Contact mechanics and topics such as Stress that intersect with problems in Finite element method and Mechanics.
His Orthodontics study also includes
Fracture that connect with fields like Fracture mechanics,
Acetabulum that connect with fields like Prosthesis. His research investigates the connection between Femoral head and topics such as Composite material that intersect with problems in Bearing surface. His study on Cancellous bone also encompasses disciplines like
Biomedical engineering that connect with fields like Implant,
Stiffness most often made with reference to Modulus.
His primary areas of investigation include Surgery, Orthodontics, Contact mechanics, Finite element method and Biomechanics. His work on Total hip replacement, Orthopedic surgery, Femoral head and Arthroplasty as part of general Surgery study is frequently linked to Prosthesis design, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research in Orthodontics intersects with topics in Fracture, Cadaveric spasm and Joint surgery.
His Contact mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tibial plafond, Geotechnical engineering, Contact area, Transducer and Biomedical engineering. Biomechanics is a subfield of Anatomy that he investigates. His studies in Anatomy integrate themes in fields like Weight-bearing and Magnetic resonance imaging.
Thomas D. Brown mostly deals with Surgery, Orthodontics, Contact mechanics, Ankle and Total hip replacement. His studies in Orthopedic surgery and Femoral head are all subfields of Surgery research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Predictive value of tests, Cohort study, Biomechanics and Articular surface.
His Contact mechanics research focuses on subjects like Arthroplasty, which are linked to Total hip arthroplasty and Valgus. His Total hip replacement research includes themes of Geotechnical engineering, Stiffness and Stress intensity factor. He works mostly in the field of Stress, limiting it down to concerns involving Bearing surface and, occasionally, Finite element method.
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Atypical subtrochanteric and diaphyseal femoral fractures: Report of a task force of the american society for bone and mineral Research
Elizabeth Shane;David Burr;Peter R. Ebeling;Bo Abrahamsen.
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research (2011)
Posttraumatic osteoarthritis: a first estimate of incidence, prevalence, and burden of disease.
Thomas D Brown;Richard C Johnston;Charles L Saltzman;J Lawrence Marsh.
Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma (2006)
Techniques for mechanical stimulation of cells in vitro: a review
Thomas D Brown.
Journal of Biomechanics (2000)
Mechanical property distributions in the cancellous bone of the human proximal femur
Thomas D. Brown;Albert B. Ferguson.
Acta Orthopaedica Scandinavica (1980)
Mechanical determinants of osteoarthrosis.
E. L. Radin;D. B. Burr;B. Caterson;David P Fyhrie.
Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism (1991)
Structural properties of a new design of composite replicate femurs and tibias
Anneliese D Heiner;Thomas D Brown.
Journal of Biomechanics (2001)
In vitro contact stress distributions in the natural human hip.
Thomas D. Brown;Daniel T. Shaw.
Journal of Biomechanics (1983)
Contact stress aberrations following imprecise reduction of simple tibial plateau fractures.
Thomas D. Brown;Donald D. Anderson;James V. Nepola;Robert J. Singerman.
Journal of Orthopaedic Research (1988)
The effects of contact pressure elevations and aseptic necrosis on the long-term outcome of congenital hip dislocation.
Nancy A. Hadley;Thomas D. Brown;Stuart L. Weinstein.
Journal of Orthopaedic Research (1990)
Effects of osteochondral defect size on cartilage contact stress.
Thomas D. Brown;David F. Pope;Joseph E. Hale;Joseph A. Buckwalter.
Journal of Orthopaedic Research (1991)
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