Modelling middle-ear mechanics

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Part of course BMDE-501: Selected topics in biomedical engineering, Dept. BioMedical Engineering, McGill University

W. Robert J. Funnell
Depts. BioMedical Engineering and Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery
McGill University
2016 Nov 3 14:35–15:55

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Objectives of lectures

These lectures are intended to introduce basic concepts related to:
objectives of middle-ear research 1 long page slides diagnosis & treatment
structure & function of the middle ear 1 long page slides complexity & variation
middle-ear finite-element models 1 long page slides geometry, properties & behaviour
creation of 3-D models 1 long page slides types of data; complications

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