A Simulation Method for 3-Dimension Needle Invasive Medical Treatments of Cancer Infected Liver

M.K. Zamani, M. Tomoyuki, and H. Yamakawa (Japan)


Viscoelasticity, liver modeling, strain energy, needle insertion


555a-027 Abstract Submission43 exhibit viscoelastic response; elasticity or spring-like behaviour does not exist in real materials but is an approximate description of materials for which the viscoelastic effects are small enough to ignore. In this section, we proposed a rubber like approach to evaluate large deformation behaviour of liver and needle insertion simulation.

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