Techniques towards understanding shear dependent thrombus formation
Several novel techniques are presented to provide both a qualitative and quantitative method of analysing shear dependent thrombus growth in real-time. Thrombus geometries are grown (in vitro) and imaged through four-dimensional (4D) confocal microscopy. Techniques to reconstruct a time corrected stack of confocal images into a three-dimensional (3D) surface are presented. The flow of blood (in silico) over the thrombus geometry is modelled by attaining a solution to the incompressible and...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of the 19th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference|
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