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Application of the finite element model using 3D modeling of a human bone system with osteoporosis for biomedical and mechanical analysis

MOJ Applied Bionics and Biomechanics
Correa-Corona MI, Urriolagoitia-Sosa G, Romero-Ángeles B, Urriolagoitia-Luna A, Maya-Anaya D, Suarez-Hernández M de la L, Trejo-Enríquez A, Urriolagoitia-Calderón GM


In the past, medicine was limited to developing diagnoses of the human beings’ skeletal system, especially considering that surgical operations would pose a risk to the health of the human being. However, today technology has evolved in such a way that a diagnosis and prediction of the health of the individual can be done, carrying out different analyses through computational numerical simulations and 3D modeling in order to study, evaluate and solve bone problems of the current human being without the need for surgical interventions even with the presence of degenerative diseases such as osteoporosis, which enables to obtain the most appropriate and specific solution for the human being, considering specific characteristics of the human body when diagnosing.


3D modelling, diagnosis, osteoporosis, skeletal system