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Publications (published/accepted/submitted)

  1. Rosso, C., P. Vavken, C. Polzer, DM Buckland, U. Studler, L. Weisskopf, M. Lottenbach, A. M. Müller and V. Valderrabano (2013). “Long-term outcomes of muscle volume and Achilles tendon length after Achilles tendon ruptures.” Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc.
  2. C Rosso, C Polzer, DM Buckland, L Weisskopf, P Sadoghi, R Schuh, P Vavken, V Valderrabano. “Comparison of Remaining Weakness 7.5 Years Following Three Different Achilles Tendon Rupture Treatments: Clinical and Biomechanical Outcomes” (Submitted to CJSM)
  3. Buckland, D.M, Perez-Rossello, JM, Samir, AE, and Snyder BD  “Ultrasound Can Measure Static and Dynamic Intervertebral Disc Motion: Establishing Feasibility using Ovine Cervical Spine Model” (Submitted to Radiology)
  4. Aoki, H., C. M. Oman, D. A. Buckland and A. Natapoff (2008). “Desktop-VR system for preflight 3D navigation training.” Acta astronautica 63(7): 841-847.
  5. Jones, J. A., R. B. Hoffman, D. A. Buckland, C. M. Harvey, C. K. Bowen, C. E. Hudy, S. Strauss, J. Novak and M. L. Gernhardt (2008). “The use of an extended ventilation tube as a countermeasure for EVA-associated upper extremity medical issues.” Acta Astronautica 63(7): 763-768.
  6. Oman, C. M., C. Cizaire, A. Natapoff, H. Aoki, D. A. Buckland and A. M. Liu (2008). “Effect of docked spacecraft configuration on spatial orientation.” Aviation space and environmental medicine 79(3): 507.
  7. Buckland, D. A., C. M. Oman, H. Aoki and A. Natapoff (2007). “Alternative Training Methodologies for Spatial Orientation in Spacecraft.” Aviation space and environmental medicine 78(3): 124.
  8. Aoki, H., C. Oman, D. Buckland and A. Natapoff (2007). “Development of a Desktop Virtual Reality Based Preflight Training System for Three-Dimensional Navigation.” Aviation space and environmental medicine 78(3): 123.
  9. Oman, C. M., D. Benveniste, D. Buckland, H. Aoki, A. M. Liu, A. Natapoff and M. Kozhevnikov (2006). “Spacecraft module visual verticals and individual spatial abilities determine 3D spatial task performance.”Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine 77(3): 543.
  10. Oman, C. M., D. Benveniste, D. A. Buckland, H. Aoki, A. Liu and A. Natapoff (2006). “Spacecraft module visual verticals and training affect spatial task performance.” Habitation 10(3-4): 202-203.

Editorials:

  1. Buckland, D. M. and D. B. Jones (2012). “Should SAGES advance minimally invasive surgery in space?” Surg Endosc 26(2): 293-295.