Skelett-Tumoren

  • K. E. Rehm
  • H. J. Helling

Zusammenfassung

Das menschliche Knochengerüst dient der Erhaltung der Körperform, und als passiv-statischer Teil des Bewegungsapparats legt es die Bewegungsachsen der Gelenke fest. Es bietet dem Muskel- und Bandsystem die Stütz- und Hebelarme.

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  • H. J. Helling

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