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돼지 하악 과두의 해면골에서 유한요소분석법으로 예측한 방향에 따른 탄성율과 3차원 골 미세지표 간의 상관관계
The relationship between 3D bone architectural parameters and elastic moduli of three orthogonal directions predicted from finite elements analysis

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Authors
박관수; 이삼선; 허경회; 이원진; 허민석; 최순철
Issue Date
2008
Publisher
대한구강악안면방사선학회
Citation
대한구강악안면방사선학회지 2008; 38 : 81-87.
Keywords
ArchitectureMandibleMicro-CTFinite Element Analyses
Abstract
Purpose: To investigate the relationship between 3D bone architectural parameters and direction-related elastic moduli of cancellous bone of mandibular condyle. Materials and Methods: Two micro-pigs (Micro-, PWG Genetics Korea) were used. Each pig was about 12 months old and weighing around 44 kg. 31 cylindrical bone specimen were obtained from cancellous bone of condyles for 3D analysis and measured by micro-computed tomography. Six parameters were trabecular thickness (Tb. Th), bone specific surface (BS/BV), percent bone volume (BV/TV), structure model index (SMI), degree of anisotropy (DA) and 3-dimensional fractal dimension (3DFD). Elastic moduli of three orthogonal directions (superior-inferior (SI), medial-lateral (ML), andterior-posterior (AP) direction) were calculated through finite element analysis. Results: Elastic modulus of superior-inferior direction was higher than those of other directions. Elastic moduli of 3 orthogonal directions showed different correlation with 3D architectural parameters. Elastic moduli of SI and ML directions showed significant strong to moderate correlation with BV/TV, SMI and 3DFD. Conclusion: Elastic modulus of cancellous bone of pig mandibular condyle was highest in the SI direction and it was supposed that the change into plate-like structure of trabeculae was mainly affected by increase of trabeculae of SI and ML directions.
ISSN
1229-8212
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/47375
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