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Biomechanical Properties of Vaginal Tissue. Part 1: New Experimental Protocol

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2007
auteur(s) Rubod Chrystèle; Brieu Mathias; Boukerrou Malik; Dubois Patrick; Cosson Michel
journal (abréviation) The Journal of Urology (J Urol)
volume (numéro) 178 (1)
  
pages 320 – 325
résumé Tissue underwent exhaustive tests. The parameters studied were sampling, freezing, preservation conditions, hygrometry and temperature during vaginal tissue tests, and the rate of deformation during tests. As previously noted, vaginal tissue is anisotropic and the collection has been tested previously. We noted that freezing tissue had no consequences on the mechanical response of tissue during unidirectional tension testing. The experimental conditions that we defined (temperature, hygrometry and rate of deformation) allowed us to have reproducible tests.
mots clés vagina; biomechanics; prolapse; sheep; reference values
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