A fully dynamic multi-compartmental poroelastic system: Application to aqueductal stenosis.

Abstract

This study proposes the implementation of a fully dynamic four-network poroelastic model which is underpinned by multiple-network poroelastic theory (MPET), in order to account for the effects of varying stages of aqueductal stenosis and atresia during acute hydrocephalus. The innovation of the fully dynamic MPET implementation is that it avoids the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2015.11.025

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