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Magnetic resonance myocardial fiber-orientation mapping with direct histological correlation.
Functional properties of the myocardium are mediated by the tissue structure. Consequently, proper physiological studies and modeling necessitate a precise knowledge of the fiber orientation.Expand
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Simulating the electrical behavior of cardiac tissue using the bidomain model.
  • C. Henriquez
  • Medicine
  • Critical reviews in biomedical engineering
  • 1993
The complex microstructure of cardiac muscle comprised of coupled cells, enveloped by an interstitium made up of blood vessels, connective tissue, and fluid, presents some obvious problems to thoseExpand
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Electrotonic influences on action potential duration dispersion in small hearts: a simulation study.
Intrinsic spatial variations in repolarization currents in the heart can produce spatial gradients in action potential duration (APD) that serve as possible sites for conduction block and theExpand
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Loading effect of fibroblast-myocyte coupling on resting potential, impulse propagation, and repolarization: insights from a microstructure model.
The numerous nonmyocytes present within the myocardium may establish electrical connections with myocytes through gap junctions, formed naturally or as a result of a cell therapy. The strength of theExpand
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Study of atrial arrhythmias in a computer model based on magnetic resonance images of human atria.
The maintenance of multiple wavelets appears to be a consistent feature of atrial fibrillation (AF). In this paper, we investigate possible mechanisms of initiation and perpetuation of multipleExpand
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Modelling cardiac fibroblasts: interactions with myocytes and their impact on impulse propagation.
AIMS Existence of myocyte-fibroblast coupling in the human heart is still a controversial question. This study aims at investigating in a biophysical model how much coupling would be necessary toExpand
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Hybrid Finite Element Method for Describing the Electrical Response of Biological Cells to Applied Fields
  • W. Ying, C. Henriquez
  • Medicine, Mathematics
  • IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
  • 19 March 2007
A novel hybrid finite element method (FEM) for modeling the response of passive and active biological membranes to external stimuli is presented. The method is based on the differential equationsExpand
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A finite volume model of cardiac propagation
This paper describes a two-dimensional cardiac propagation model based on the finite volume method (FVM). This technique, originally derived and applied within the field of computational fluidExpand
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Continuous Oximetry/Capnometry Monitoring Reveals Frequent Desaturation and Bradypnea During Patient-Controlled Analgesia
BACKGROUND:The most serious complication of patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) is respiratory depression (RD). The incidence of RD in the literature is derived from intermittent sampling of pulseExpand
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Genesis of complex fractionated atrial electrograms in zones of slow conduction: a computer model of microfibrosis.
BACKGROUND Complex fractionated atrial electrograms are used as potential targets for catheter ablation therapy of atrial fibrillation. Although fibrosis has been associated with the presence ofExpand
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