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Parametric modelling of needle-tissue interaction using finite element analysis

  title={Parametric modelling of needle-tissue interaction using finite element analysis},
  author={Kaustav Moni Bora and Adarsh Chandra Mishra and Cheruvu Siva Kumar},
The realistic modelling of medical interventions is the key requirement for development of high-fidelity medical simulators. In this work, a parameterized model suitable for real-time haptic feedback of needle interaction with tissue has been developed. The FE based numerical simulations are performed in ABAQUS/CAE and Comsol and then the results are post-processed in MATLAB to develop the parametric model. The obtained parametric model validated through comparison with various literature… 



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