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Predictors of Stress Fracture Susceptibility in Arab Female Military Recruits during Combat Training: A Preliminary Study
Journal of Surgery and Operative Care
Introduction Bone, due to its mechanical properties, has the ability to withstand certain strain magnitudes during mechanical loading, beyond-which it fails, this is known as the point of ultimate strength. Fatigue failure occurs when repetitive loading leads to bone failure with a magnitude below its ultimate strength. In other words, the amount of strain needed for a bone to fail is reversely proportional to the rate of loading cycles. In conditions where either bone loading or the rate atfatcat:3sg4zlurknguhm4frlojdra7b4