Comparative structural and hemodynamic analysis of vascular trees.

@article{Yang2010ComparativeSA,
  title={Comparative structural and hemodynamic analysis of vascular trees.},
  author={Jin Ye Yang and Lawrence X. Yu and Monique Y Rennie and John G. Sled and R. Mark Henkelman},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={298 4},
  pages={H1249-59}
}
The availability of detailed three-dimensional images of vascular trees from mammalian organs provides a wealth of essential data for understanding the processes and mechanisms of vascular patterning. Using this detailed geometric data requires the ability to compare individual representations of vascular trees in statistically meaningful ways. This article provides some comparisons of geometry and also of simulated hemodynamics, enabling the identification of similarities and differences among… CONTINUE READING

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