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Hi! Can anyone clarify?

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by sparkyclair, May 31, 2008.

  1. sparkyclair

    sparkyclair Active Member


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    I am a second year student at Southampton University, UK. I am trying to understand the biomechanical theories currently accepted. I am happy with Root, and Dananberg however, I'm struggling to understand fully the MCpoil and Hunt Tissue Stress Theory, also is there a 'Kirby and Fuller' theory. My lecturer referred to it long ago but I'm unable to track anything down?

    Any information would be GREATLY appreciated, as I am sitting an exam on Tuesday this week and further insight might aid me immensely.

    Kindest regards in anticipation,

    Clair, Southampton UK
     
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  3. sparkyclair

    sparkyclair Active Member

    Thank you Admin, you are fab!
    this will help me soooo much! my exam is in fact tomorrow, i got the wrong date! will enjoy reading all the threads!
     
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