3D reconstruction of the diaphragm for virtual traumatology

@article{Behr20063DRO,
  title={3D reconstruction of the diaphragm for virtual traumatology},
  author={Michel Behr and L Thollon and P. Y. Arnoux and Thierry Serre and S Berdah and Patrick Baqu{\'e} and Christian Brunet},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
  year={2006},
  volume={28},
  pages={235-240}
}
This study lies within the scope of passive road safety, and more particularly injury mechanisms of the abdominal area. The finite element modeling, which makes it possible to simulate a road accident and to observe the possible bone fractures or internal tissue injuries, allows large projections in the comprehension of injury mechanisms. However, the digital models already available and used in accidentology do not offer as one very simplified description of the diaphragm, as well for its… CONTINUE READING

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