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USE OF A PARAMETRIC FINITE-ELEMENT MODEL OF THE MITRAL VALVE TO ASSESS HEALTHY AND PATHOLOGICAL VALVE BEHAVIORS

Abstract : The present study is focused on the mitral heart valve, which is the valve that separates the left ventricle from the left atrium. The aim is to provide a parametrical geometrical model of the valve in order to study pathological valves (e.g. suffering from cord rupture) and compare it to the physiological case. A finite element model is used to quantify how the valve defects affect the valve dynamics during closure, the internal stress distribution along the valve leaflets and the level of regurgitation.
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Alleau Thibaut, Laurent Lanquetin, Anne-Virginie Salsac. USE OF A PARAMETRIC FINITE-ELEMENT MODEL OF THE MITRAL VALVE TO ASSESS HEALTHY AND PATHOLOGICAL VALVE BEHAVIORS. ECCOMAS-MSF, 2019, 4th edition, Sep 2019, Sarajevo, France. ⟨hal-02491319⟩

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