Reconstruction of a defective finger joint surface and development of an adapted external fixator

L. Risse, S.C. Woodcock, G. Kullmer, B. Schramm, H.A. Richard, in: Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics , 2019, pp. 230–238.

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Risse L, Woodcock SC, Kullmer G, Schramm B, Richard HA. Reconstruction of a defective finger joint surface and development of an adapted external fixator. In: Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics . ; 2019:230-238.
Risse, L., Woodcock, S. C., Kullmer, G., Schramm, B., & Richard, H. A. (2019). Reconstruction of a defective finger joint surface and development of an adapted external fixator. In Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics (pp. 230–238).
@inproceedings{Risse_Woodcock_Kullmer_Schramm_Richard_2019, title={Reconstruction of a defective finger joint surface and development of an adapted external fixator}, booktitle={Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics }, author={Risse, L. and Woodcock, S.C. and Kullmer, G. and Schramm, B. and Richard, H.A.}, year={2019}, pages={230–238} }
Risse, L., S.C. Woodcock, G. Kullmer, B. Schramm, and H.A. Richard. “Reconstruction of a Defective Finger Joint Surface and Development of an Adapted External Fixator.” In Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics , 230–38, 2019.
L. Risse, S. C. Woodcock, G. Kullmer, B. Schramm, and H. A. Richard, “Reconstruction of a defective finger joint surface and development of an adapted external fixator,” in Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics , 2019, pp. 230–238.
Risse, L., et al. “Reconstruction of a Defective Finger Joint Surface and Development of an Adapted External Fixator.” Lecture Notes in Computational Vision and Biomechanics , 2019, pp. 230–38.

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