The degree of nonlinearity and anisotropy of blood vessel elasticity.

@article{Zhou1997TheDO,
  title={The degree of nonlinearity and anisotropy of blood vessel elasticity.},
  author={Jin J Zhou and Yuan Cheng B Fung},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1997},
  volume={94 26},
  pages={14255-60}
}
Blood vessel elasticity is important to physiology and clinical problems involving surgery, angioplasty, tissue remodeling, and tissue engineering. Nonlinearity in blood vessel elasticity in vivo is important to the formation of solitons in arterial pulse waves. It is well known that the stress-strain relationship of the blood vessel is nonlinear in general, but a controversy exists on how nonlinear it is in the physiological range. Another controversy is whether the vessel wall is biaxially… CONTINUE READING
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