Direct modeling of blood flow through the vascular network of the germinal matrix

@article{Botkin2018DirectMO,
  title={Direct modeling of blood flow through the vascular network of the germinal matrix},
  author={Nikolai D. Botkin and Andrey E. Kovtanyuk and Varvara L. Turova and Irina Sidorenko and Ren{\'e}e Lampe},
  journal={Computers in biology and medicine},
  year={2018},
  volume={92},
  pages={
          147-155
        }
}
A premature birth, before completion of the 32nd pregnancy week, increases the risk of cerebral hemorrhage. The cause of brain bleeding is very often the germinal matrix of the immature brain. The germinal matrix consists of richly vascularized neuroepithelial cells and is located over the lower part of the head of the caudate nucleus. By 32-36 gestation weeks, the germinal matrix essentially disappears so that its hemorrhage is a disease of premature infants. The aim of this paper consists in… CONTINUE READING
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