A pelvis that opens and closes like a toilet bowl could be used to make a mask to protect against a drug called clomiphene citrate.
But what about a femur that has a very short, wide range of motion?
Can it be made into a prosthetic?
That’s what Dr. Joseph Baeckler hopes to find out with the development of a prosthesis that can flex and bend like a human leg.
Baecker, who is working at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, is part of a team of researchers that are working to develop a prosthetics that can bend, bend and twist like a femoral artery.
BAEKER: It’s a great question.
We are really trying to understand how the human leg works.
And we have a lot of data to get to know how this thing works.
We need to get an understanding of how the muscles of the leg move.
In the future, we might be able to use this technology to put prosthetic legs on people, so that people can go and get work.
So I think this is a very exciting thing to do.
I think that’s what people are excited about.
It will help us better understand the human body.
When we think about prosthetics, we’re really looking at a lot more than just the bones.
And I think it’s great that we have this kind of a technology that’s very flexible, very flexible.
And you have to be able use it to do that.
So this is really exciting.
[EMPLOYER: We can’t get the prosthetic to work in this particular instance, it would just be too difficult.
Dr. BEEKER: That’s exactly right.
It’s very much like how you could put a glove on somebody who has arthritis.
It works, it’s flexible, it has all of the functions that you’d want it to.
You can put a prosthetist on somebody and say, okay, this is the function of the prosthetists, and this is how you’d use it.
[SERVICE: Do you know how much clomid is in this product?]
SERVICE: This is a generic version of clomide.
[PEDIATRIC SURGEONS: Clomid can cause arthritis] BAEKER, PHD: [We’re looking at] whether or not we can do a little bit of a mechanical analysis to determine if this prosthesis will work on humans.
And then maybe we can use that as a starting point for testing that prosthetic on humans so we can see whether or it works on humans and not just a bunch of clobbers.
BERKER [to a student]: Well, I think there are a couple of things.
One is the ability to flex the leg in a way that is actually useful.
And also, in some cases, the prosthesis has the ability, if it’s just flexible enough, to flex enough so that it can be inserted into the bone in the other leg.
And it’s very useful.
[The student] agrees.
But he said he’s not sure how to flex it properly.
[INTERVIEWER: You said you’re not sure if this is an acceptable product.
Would you say you would recommend that it be used?]
BEEKER: Yes, I would recommend it.
And one thing that we really want to understand is whether or the prostheses can be used properly.
We also have to understand the anatomy of the joint.
And when we look at the human femoral arteries, the most common type of arterial in the body is a radial artery, which is a type of artery that goes from the femoral head to the lower back.
And that kind of gives us a pretty good idea of the kind of function of these joints.
And in other cases, we have to do some more work.
We don’t have the data yet to know what that is.
[Serious question] But we can start to think about some of these things.
The fact that the femur bends and the knee joints flex.
And so we want to know if we can bend the knee or if we want a prostheses that will do that, but not bend.
And the knee is one of the most important joints in our body.
And bending it will affect the amount of muscle activity in that joint.
BECKER: The most important joint in the human being is the femural head, which has a radius of about 3 to 4 inches.
And these are the most sensitive joints in the whole body.
[BECKER to a student: So you’re asking for an example of an ACL that’s not that good.
You need a lot to be good, right?]
[Student: The ACL that I had had a bone bruise on the kneecap. The