AuthorsK. Valen-Sendstad and D. A. Steinman
EditorsG. e. F. al.
TitleImpact of CFD Solution Strategy on Predicted Aneurysm Hemodynamics: Good News and Bad News
AfilliationCenter for Biomedical Computing (SFF), Scientific Computing
Project(s)Center for Biomedical Computing (SFF)
StatusPublished
Publication TypeProceedings, refereed
Year of Publication2013
Conference NameProceedings of 8th international symposium on Biomechanics in Vascular Biology and Cardiovascular Disease
PublisherProceedings
Abstract

Last year at this meeting we demonstrated that high-resolution (HR) CFD simulations could detect a highly transient response to steady inflow conditions in 5 of 12 MCA aneurysm cases [1]. We also showed preliminary results suggesting that normal resolution (NR) simulations, representative of those from the clinical literature (e.g, [2,3]), might be misleading about the nature of aneurysm flow patterns and wall shear stress (WSS), and hence derived predictors of rupture risk. We now test this hypothesis in a controlled manner, by comparing NR vs. HR simulations of physiologically pulsatile flow in the 12 MCA aneurysm cases from [1].

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