1994-03-01

Injury Reconstruction: The Biomechanical Analysis of Accidental Injury 940568

Injury reconstruction is a process of injury analysis which combines both medical and engineering technology to produce a composite picture of injury causation. The process is outlined and the potential applications of this analysis are detailed.

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