Towards a full model for ocular biomechanics, fluid dynamics, and hemodynamics
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Sala L, Prud’Homme C, Szopos M, Guidoboni G. Towards a full model for ocular biomechanics, fluid dynamics, and hemodynamics. MAIO [Internet]. 2018 Jun. 18 [cited 2022 Jun. 25];2(2):7-13. Available from: https://www.maio-journal.com/index.php/MAIO/article/view/64

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Keywords

hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin method; multiphysics; multiscale; ocular virtual simulator

Abstract

This contribution presents an ongoing work to implement a patient-specific mathematical virtual simulator for the eye. The aim is to create a multiscale and multiphysics model for the description of ocular biomechanics, fluid dynamics, and hemodynamics. This instrument may serve to illustrate and estimate some clinically relevant parameters, as well as predict their spatial and temporal evolution adopting forward-looking numerical techniques.

https://doi.org/10.35119/maio.v2i2.64
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