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Title Biomechanics of the Female Reproductive System: Breast and Pelvic Organs From Model to Patient / edited by Mathias Brieu, Michel Cosson, Poul Nielsen.

Publication Info. Amsterdam : Academic Press, 2023.


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Contents <P><b>PART 1 Backgrounds: anatomy, physiology, and physio-pathology </b>1. Pelvic floor functional anatomy 2. Epidemiology and pathophysiology of pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence in women 3. Current surgical treatments for women's genital prolapse 4. Physiology and physiopathology of pregnancy and delivery</p> <p><b>PART 2 Mechanical properties -- constitutive laws -- experimental characterizations </b>5. Inverse problems in the characterization of soft connective tissue: perspective for reproduction system 6. Mechanical properties of women pelvic soft tissues 7. Mechanical properties of breast tissue 8. Evolution of mechanical properties with pathology & aging: application to pelvic tissues? 9. Mechanical properties of pelvic implants: interaction between implants and tissue 10. Constitutive models of soft connective tissues under large strain: application to pelvic tissue?</p> <p><b>PART 3 Clinical imaging, investigations tools, and characterization </b>11. Medical imaging and patient-specific modeling of women pelvic system: application to magnetic resonance images 12. Quantitative assessment of pelvic mobility in women using MRI image analysis 13. Patient-specific biomechanical modeling for applications in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment 14. Ultrasound elastography: in vivo assessment of tissue stiffness</p> <p><b>PART 4 From biomechanical models to medical devices, and patients treatments </b>15. Numerical simulation of vaginal delivery 16. Numerical models for breast surgery and reconstruction 17. A numerical model for prolapse surgery 18. Augmented reality biomechanical simulations for pelvic conditions diagnoses 19. Towards patient-specific treatment in gynecologic surgery: recent development and perspectives</p>
Subject Generative organs, Female -- Mechanical properties.
Breast -- Mechanical properties.
Pelvis -- Mechanical properties.
Organes génitaux femelles -- Propriétés mécaniques.
Sein -- Propriétés mécaniques.
Bassin (Anatomie) -- Propriétés mécaniques.
Added Author Brieu, Mathias, editor.
Cosson, Michel, editor.
Nielsen, Poul, editor.
ISBN 9780128236765 (e-book)
0128236760 (e-book)
Standard No. UKMGB 021056748

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