Maximum Principal Strain and Strain Rate Associated with Concussion Diagnosis Correlates with Changes in Corpus Callosum White Matter Indices

@article{McAllister2011MaximumPS,
  title={Maximum Principal Strain and Strain Rate Associated with Concussion Diagnosis Correlates with Changes in Corpus Callosum White Matter Indices},
  author={Thomas W. McAllister and James C. Ford and Songbai Ji and Jonathan G. Beckwith and L. A. Flashman and Keith D. Paulsen and Richard M. Greenwald},
  journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={40},
  pages={127-140}
}
On-field monitoring of head impacts, combined with finite element (FE) biomechanical simulation, allow for predictions of regional strain associated with a diagnosed concussion. However, attempts to correlate these predictions with in vivo measures of brain injury have not been published. This article reports an approach to and preliminary results from the correlation of subject-specific FE model-predicted regions of high strain associated with diagnosed concussion and diffusion tensor imaging… CONTINUE READING

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