Soft Tissue Biomechanical Modeling for Computer Assisted Surgery [electronic resource] / edited by Yohan Payan.

By: Payan, Yohan [editor.]Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Studies in Mechanobiology, Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials: 11Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012Description: X, 398 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642290145Subject(s): Engineering | Materials | Biomedical engineering | Biomaterials | Engineering | Biomedical Engineering | Biomaterials | Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of MaterialsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 610.28 LOC classification: R856-857Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Assisted Image-Guided Liver Surgery Using Sparse Intraoperative Data -- Viscoelastic and Nonlinear Liver Modeling for Needle Insertion Simulation -- Application of Biomechanical Modelling to Image-Guided Breast Surgery -- Estimation of Intraoperative Brain Deformation -- Doppler Ultrasound Driven Biomechanical Model of the Brain for Intraoperative Brain-Shift Compensation: A Proof of Concept in Clinical Conditions -- Biomechanical Modeling of the Prostate for Procedure Guidance and Simulation -- Measuring the in vivo behavior of soft tissue and organs using the aspiration device -- Dynamic Material Properties of Human and Animal Livers -- Validation of a Light Aspiration device for in vivo Soft Tissue Characterization (LASTIC) -- Harmonic Motion Imaging (HMI) for Tumor Imaging and Treatment Monitoring -- SOFA, a Multi-Model Framework for Interactive Physical Simulation -- CamiTK :a modular framework integrating visualization, image processing and biomechanical modelling -- ArtiSynth: A Fast Interactive Biomechanical Modeling Toolkit Combining Multibody and Finite Element Simulation.
In: Springer eBooksSummary:   This volume focuses on the biomechanical modeling of biological tissues in the context of Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS). More specifically, deformable soft tissues are addressed since they are the subject of the most recent developments in this field. The pioneering works on this CAS topic date from the 1980's, with applications in orthopaedics and biomechanical models of bones. More recently, however, biomechanical models of soft tissues have been proposed since most of the human body is made of soft organs that can be deformed by the surgical gesture. Such models are much more complicated to handle since the tissues can be subject to large deformations (non-linear geometrical framework) as well as complex stress/strain relationships (non-linear mechanical framework). Part 1 of the volume presents biomechanical models that have been developed in a CAS context and used during surgery. This is particularly new since most of the soft tissues models already proposed concern Computer Assisted Planning, with a pre-operative use of the models.  Then, the volume addresses the two key issues raised for an intra-operative use of soft tissues models, namely (Part 2) “how to estimate the in vivo mechanical behavior of the tissues?” (i.e. what are the values of the mechanical parameters that can deliver realistic patient-specific behavior?) and (Part 3) “how to build a modeling platform that provides generic real-time (or at least interactive-time) numerical simulations?”
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Assisted Image-Guided Liver Surgery Using Sparse Intraoperative Data -- Viscoelastic and Nonlinear Liver Modeling for Needle Insertion Simulation -- Application of Biomechanical Modelling to Image-Guided Breast Surgery -- Estimation of Intraoperative Brain Deformation -- Doppler Ultrasound Driven Biomechanical Model of the Brain for Intraoperative Brain-Shift Compensation: A Proof of Concept in Clinical Conditions -- Biomechanical Modeling of the Prostate for Procedure Guidance and Simulation -- Measuring the in vivo behavior of soft tissue and organs using the aspiration device -- Dynamic Material Properties of Human and Animal Livers -- Validation of a Light Aspiration device for in vivo Soft Tissue Characterization (LASTIC) -- Harmonic Motion Imaging (HMI) for Tumor Imaging and Treatment Monitoring -- SOFA, a Multi-Model Framework for Interactive Physical Simulation -- CamiTK :a modular framework integrating visualization, image processing and biomechanical modelling -- ArtiSynth: A Fast Interactive Biomechanical Modeling Toolkit Combining Multibody and Finite Element Simulation.

  This volume focuses on the biomechanical modeling of biological tissues in the context of Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS). More specifically, deformable soft tissues are addressed since they are the subject of the most recent developments in this field. The pioneering works on this CAS topic date from the 1980's, with applications in orthopaedics and biomechanical models of bones. More recently, however, biomechanical models of soft tissues have been proposed since most of the human body is made of soft organs that can be deformed by the surgical gesture. Such models are much more complicated to handle since the tissues can be subject to large deformations (non-linear geometrical framework) as well as complex stress/strain relationships (non-linear mechanical framework). Part 1 of the volume presents biomechanical models that have been developed in a CAS context and used during surgery. This is particularly new since most of the soft tissues models already proposed concern Computer Assisted Planning, with a pre-operative use of the models.  Then, the volume addresses the two key issues raised for an intra-operative use of soft tissues models, namely (Part 2) “how to estimate the in vivo mechanical behavior of the tissues?” (i.e. what are the values of the mechanical parameters that can deliver realistic patient-specific behavior?) and (Part 3) “how to build a modeling platform that provides generic real-time (or at least interactive-time) numerical simulations?”

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