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Simulation-Based Morphing of Personalized Models of the Torso for Scoliosis Brace Design – Preliminary Results

dc.contributor.authorKoutras, Christos
dc.contributor.authorShayestehpour, Hamed
dc.contributor.authorRodriguez, Jesus P.
dc.contributor.authorRasmussen, John
dc.contributor.authorWong, Christian
dc.contributor.authorOtaduy, Miguel A.
dc.identifier.citationORS 2022 Annual Meeting Paper No. 1124es
dc.description.abstractComputational and personalized design of braces for patients suffering from adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is a subject that has not been extensively studied and faces several unknowns. One of the most challenging tasks is the development of patient-specific biomechanical models of the torso. The first step required in order to build a personalized model is the acquisition of the patient’s specific geometry, i.e., the bones and joints of the skeleton. To this end, this study morphs a template torso model into patient-specific data in the following way: We start by acquiring x-rays, and we annotate personalized landmarks. Then, we use as template a biomechanical torso model consisted of a multibody dynamic system coupled with FEM and we proceed to the morphing in two steps. First, an initial tuning by adjusting the global scale of the model and finally a finer one, taking into account local
dc.description.sponsorshipproyecto europeo RAINBOW Grant Agreement No. 764644es
dc.publisherorthopaedic research societyes
dc.rightsAtribución 4.0 Internacional*
dc.subjectSpine Biomechanicses
dc.titleSimulation-Based Morphing of Personalized Models of the Torso for Scoliosis Brace Design – Preliminary Resultses

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