A finite element head and neck model as a supportive tool for deformable image registration

@article{Kim2015AFE,
  title={A finite element head and neck model as a supportive tool for deformable image registration},
  author={Jihun Kim and Kazuhiro Saitou and Martha Matuszak and James M. Balter},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={11},
  pages={1311-1317}
}
A finite element (FE) head and neck model was developed as a tool to aid investigations and development of deformable image registration and patient modeling in radiation oncology. Useful aspects of a FE model for these purposes include ability to produce realistic deformations (similar to those seen in patients over the course of treatment) and a rational means of generating new configurations, e.g., via the application of force and/or displacement boundary conditions. The model was… CONTINUE READING
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