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Repair and Redesign of Physiological Systems
A combined computational fl uid dynamics (CFD) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methodology has been developed to simulate blood fl ow in a subject-specifi c left heart. The research continues from earlier experience in modelling the human left ventricle using timevarying anatomical MR scans. Breathing artefacts are reduced by means of an MR navigator echo sequence with feedback to the subject, allowing a near constant breath-hold diaphragm position. An improved interactive segmentationdoi:10.2495/978-1-84564-096-5/03 fatcat:3ovbbrb4bvcyhdxd2llkzf2n6i