Derivation of a finite-element model of lingual deformation during swallowing from the mechanics of mesoscale myofiber tracts obtained by MRI.

@article{Mijailovich2010DerivationOA,
  title={Derivation of a finite-element model of lingual deformation during swallowing from the mechanics of mesoscale myofiber tracts obtained by MRI.},
  author={Srboljub M. Mijailovich and Boban Stojanovic and Milos Kojic and Alvin Liang and Van J. Wedeen and Richard J. Gilbert},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={109 5},
  pages={
          1500-14
        }
}
To demonstrate the relationship between lingual myoarchitecture and mechanics during swallowing, we performed a finite-element (FE) simulation of lingual deformation employing mesh aligned with the vector coordinates of myofiber tracts obtained by diffusion tensor imaging with tractography in humans. Material properties of individual elements were depicted in terms of Hill's three-component phenomenological model, assuming that the FE mesh was composed of anisotropic muscle and isotropic… CONTINUE READING
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