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1. (used with a sing. verb) The study of the mechanics of a living body, especially of the forces exerted by muscles and gravity on the skeletal structure.
2. (used with a pl. verb) The mechanics of a part or function of a living body, such as of the heart or of locomotion.

bi′o·me·chan′i·cal adj.
bi′o·me·chan′i·cal·ly adv.


from a biomechanical point of view
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Other studies,19 have shown that lateral mass screw-rod fixation followed by fusion shows promise as an effective and biomechanically sound way of treatment in properly selected cervical injury cases.
As Fitflop celebrates its 10th year in the Philippines, the brand, known for its wide range of biomechanically engineered footwear, introduces iQushion, lightweight and anatomically-contoured flip-flops that provide the ultimate comfort to your feet.
IVMED-80 biomechanically strengthens the cornea through the daily application of a non-invasive, proprietary eye-drop.
Only recently better understanding of biology, reduction techniques and biomechanically improved implants like Gamma nail, Russell-Taylor nail and Proximal femoral nail allowed for these fractures to be addressed with consistent success.
Unlike a conventional gym, Health Shack's equipment does not rely exclusively on muscle power; it is controlled by an electronic power system, biomechanically matched to the human body, which can be precisely set so the user can work passively or actively, depending on their ability.
Having high bite force doesn't necessarily mean an animal can puncture hide or pulverize bone, tooth pressure is the biomechanically more relevant parameter.
The company's ClearPop features a biomechanically designed lollipop shape to help clear fluid via negative pressure in the oral cavity.
While debate remains, many authors have recently established that the overall gait patterns between the two are biomechanically similar (1-3).
First reported cases of biomechanically adaptive bone modeling in non-avian dinosaurs.
In chinograma to Federer realized the biomechanically more active engagement of body weight and arm by a general lowering high center of mass (fig.
In addition, a separate study will develop a biomechanically informed "E-rehab" system supporting homebased patient rehabilitation for knee and spine disorders.