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Scalability and in vivo validation of a multiscale numerical model of the left coronary circulation

American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology

Dec 24, 2013

Jonathan P MynardJoseph J Smolich

Abstract

Multiscale modeling is a promising tool for the study of coronary hemodynamics. A key strength of this approach is that it accounts for microvascular properties and extravascular forces that differ regionally and transmurally, as well as wave propagation effects in the conduit arteries....read more

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Coronary Circulation
Arterial System
Blood Flow Velocity
Vascular Resistance
Muscle Cells
Diastolic Blood Pressure
Contraction (Finding)
Myocardium
Gastroschisis
Cavity of Ventricle
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Scalability and in vivo validation of a multiscale numerical model of the left coronary circulation

American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology

Dec 24, 2013

Jonathan P MynardJoseph J Smolich

PMID: 24363304

DOI: 10.1152/ajpheart.00603.2013

Abstract

Multiscale modeling is a promising tool for the study of coronary hemodynamics. A key strength of this approach is that it accounts for microvascular properties and extravascular forces that differ regionally and transmurally, as well as wave propagation effects in the conduit arteries....read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Coronary Circulation
Arterial System
Blood Flow Velocity
Vascular Resistance
Muscle Cells
Diastolic Blood Pressure
Contraction (Finding)
Myocardium
Gastroschisis
Cavity of Ventricle

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