C4-C5 segment finite element model development, validation, and load-sharing investigation.

@article{Panzer2009C4C5SF,
  title={C4-C5 segment finite element model development, validation, and load-sharing investigation.},
  author={Matthew Brian Panzer and Duane S Cronin},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2009},
  volume={42 4},
  pages={480-90}
}
Detailed cervical spine models are necessary to better understand cervical spine response to loading, improve our understanding of injury mechanisms, and specifically for predicting occupant response and injury in auto crash scenarios. The focus of this study was to develop a C4-C5 finite element model with accurate representations of each tissue within the segment. This model incorporates more than double the number of elements of existing models, required for accurate prediction of response… CONTINUE READING

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