Mechanical properties of brain tissue in-vivo: experiment and computer simulation.

@article{Miller2000MechanicalPO,
  title={Mechanical properties of brain tissue in-vivo: experiment and computer simulation.},
  author={Karol Miller and Kiyoyuki Chinzei and G J Orssengo and Philip S. Bednarz},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2000},
  volume={33 11},
  pages={
          1369-76
        }
}
  • Karol Miller, Kiyoyuki Chinzei, +1 author Philip S. Bednarz
  • Published in Journal of biomechanics 2000
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Realistic computer simulation of neurosurgical procedures requires incorporation of the mechanical properties of brain tissue in the mathematical model. Possible applications of computer simulation of neurosurgery include non-rigid registration, virtual reality training and operation planning systems and robotic devices to perform minimally invasive brain surgery. A number of constitutive models of brain tissue, both single-phase and bi-phasic, have been proposed in recent years. The major… CONTINUE READING

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