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Let h(a) = -a – 2. Let y(u) = 0*u**2 – 4 – u**2 + u + 4*u**2. Let k be y(-2). Let c(r) = 2*r + 2. What is k*h(z) + 5*c(z)?
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Let f(v) = 4*v**3 + 3*v**2 – 3*v – 3. Let i(u) = u**3 + u**2 – u – 1. Determine f(d) – 3*i(d).
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\$ 11.50. 3.5 million downloads +18,304 ratings 7 February. • Full support for AAX and 64-bit host (incl.Stiffness changes of trabecular structure in human vertebral endplate after cement augmentation of vertebral fracture.
Although nonvertebral fractures are a frequently reported complication of cement augmentation of vertebral fractures, the effect of cement augmentation of vertebral fractures on the trabecular structure of the vertebral endplate is not well understood. To elucidate the effect of cement augmentation of vertebral fractures on the stiffness of the vertebral endplate, a total of 16 human vertebral bodies from the cervical and thoracolumbar regions were obtained from 10 bodies following an autopsy and cement augmentation and from 6 bodies without cement augmentation. The specimens from the cement-augmented group were separated into six compartments: the cement augmentation and endplate compartments; the anterior, middle, and posterior endplate compartments in each of five vertebral bodies. The compartments of the unaugmented group were also separated into the same endplate compartments. The compressive strengths and the trabecular structural changes in the endplate compartments were investigated by three-point bending test, nanoindentation test, and microCT. The compressive strengths of the augmentation compartments and nonaugmentation compartments in five vertebral bodies in the cement-augmented group were significantly higher than those in the corresponding compartments in six vertebral bodies in the unaugmented group. In the augmented vertebral bodies, the compressive strengths and stiffness of the cement augmentation and endplate compartments were significantly higher than those of the anterior, middle, and posterior endplate compartments. In contrast, in the unaugmented vertebral bodies, the compressive strengths and stiffness of the anterior, middle, and posterior endplate compartments were significantly higher than those of the cement augmentation and endplate compartments. The trabecular structure in the cement augmentation compartment was slightly denser than that in the nonaugmentation compartment in the augmented vertebral bodies but significantly thinner than that in the nonaugmentation compartment in the unaugmented vertebral bodies. Our results indicate that the stiffness of the endplate compartments is significantly lower after cement augmentation of vertebral fractures than without cement augmentation. Therefore, the increase in the stiffness of the endplate compartment after cement aug
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