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A 3D Finite Element model of the face for simulation in plastic and maxillo-facial surgery
Matthieu Chabanas,Yohan Payan
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: This paper introduces a new Finite Element biomechanical model of the human face, which has been developed to be integrated into a simulator for plastic and maxillo-facial surgery. The idea is to be able to predict, from an aesthetic and functional point of view, the deformations of a patient face, resulting from repositioning of the maxillary and mandibular bone structures. This work will complete the simulator for bone-repositioning diagnosis that has been developed by the laboratory. After a description of our research project context, each step of the modeling is precisely described: the continuous and elastic structure of the skin tissues, the orthotropic muscular fibers and their insertions points, and the functional model of force generation. First results of face deformations due to muscles activations are presented. They are qualitatively compared to the functional studies provided by the literature on face muscles roles and actions.
Multimodal registration of the face for computer-aided maxillofacial surgery
Thierry Leloup,Matthieu Chabanas,Yohan Payan
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: This paper introduces a multimodal elastic registration algorithm applied to match a generic Finite Element model of the face to several patients morphologies. The method is automatic and appears to be accurate and robust. The computing time is compatible with clinical practice constraints.
Comparison of linear and non-linear soft tissue models with post-operative CT scan in maxillofacial surgery
Matthieu Chabanas,Yohan Payan,Christophe Marecaux,Pascal Swider,Franck Boutault
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: A Finite Element model of the face soft tissue is proposed to simulate the morphological outcomes of maxillofacial surgery. Three modelling options are implemented: a linear elastic model with small and large deformation hypothesis, and an hyperelastic Mooney-Rivlin model. An evaluation procedure based on a qualitative and quantitative comparison of the simulations with a post-operative CT scan is detailed. It is then applied to one clinical case to evaluate the differences between the three models, and with the actual patient morphology. First results shows in particular that for a "simple" clinical procedure where stress is less than 20%, a linear model seams sufficient for a correct modelling.
Orbital and Maxillofacial Computer Aided Surgery: Patient-Specific Finite Element Models To Predict Surgical Outcomes
Vincent Luboz,Matthieu Chabanas,Pascal Swider,Yohan Payan
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: This paper addresses an important issue raised for the clinical relevance of Computer-Assisted Surgical applications, namely the methodology used to automatically build patient-specific Finite Element (FE) models of anatomical structures. From this perspective, a method is proposed, based on a technique called the Mesh-Matching method, followed by a process that corrects mesh irregularities. The Mesh-Matching algorithm generates patient-specific volume meshes from an existing generic model. The mesh regularization process is based on the Jacobian matrix transform related to the FE reference element and the current element. This method for generating patient-specific FE models is first applied to Computer-Assisted maxillofacial surgery, and more precisely to the FE elastic modelling of patient facial soft tissues. For each patient, the planned bone osteotomies (mandible, maxilla, chin) are used as boundary conditions to deform the FE face model, in order to predict the aesthetic outcome of the surgery. Seven FE patient-specific models were successfully generated by our method. For one patient, the prediction of the FE model is qualitatively compared with the patient's post-operative appearance, measured from a Computer Tomography scan. Then, our methodology is applied to Computer-Assisted orbital surgery. It is, therefore, evaluated for the generation of eleven patient-specific FE poroelastic models of the orbital soft tissues. These models are used to predict the consequences of the surgical decompression of the orbit. More precisely, an average law is extrapolated from the simulations carried out for each patient model. This law links the size of the osteotomy (i.e. the surgical gesture) and the backward displacement of the eyeball (the consequence of the surgical gesture).
Models for Planning and Simulation in Computer Assisted Orthognatic Surgery
Matthieu Chabanas,Christophe Marecaux,Yohan Payan,Franck Boutault
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: Two aspects required to establish a planning in orthognatic surgery are addressed in this paper. First, a 3D cephalometric analysis, which is clini-cally essential for the therapeutic decision. Then, an original method to build a biomechanical model of patient face soft tissue, which provides evaluation of the aesthetic outcomes of an intervention. Both points are developed within a clinical application context for computer aided maxillofacial surgery.
Computer aided planning and navigation for orbito-zygomatic reconstruction
Christophe Marecaux,Matthieu Chabanas,Yohan Payan,Franck Boutault
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: This paper suggests a full protocol of Computer Aided Surgery as previously recommended in literature addressing the challenging task of primary or secondary reconstruction of orbito-zygomatic dislocation. First, on a specifically developed planning software, the best zygoma reduction and orbital boundaries reconstruction to achieve skeletal symmetry are determined. This treatment plan is then transferred to the 3D Navigation Systems within the operating room. After patient's anatomy registration to his preoperative CT scan data, the navigation system allows zygomatic guiding to its planned reduced location and bone orbital volume restoration control. The feasibility of this technique was checked in 3 patients with major orbito-zygomatic deformities. Preliminary clinical results are presented.
Evaluating soft tissue simulation in maxillofacial surgery using pre and post-operative CT scan
Matthieu Chabanas,Christophe Marecaux,Franz Chouly,Franck Boutault,Yohan Payan
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: One of the most important issue in soft tissue modeling is to assess the quality of the simulations. A validation protocol is presented based on two CT scans of the patient acquired before and after cranio-maxillofacial surgery. The actual bones repositioning realized during the intervention are accurately measured and reproduced. A evaluation of the soft tissue deformation is then computed using a finite element model of the face. The simulations are therefore compared, qualitatively and quantitatively, with the actual outcome of the surgery. This protocol enable to rigorously evaluate different modeling methods, and to assess the clinical relevance of soft tissue simulation in maxillofacial surgery.
Computer aided planning for orthognatic surgery
Matthieu Chabanas,Christophe Marecaux,Yohan Payan,Franck Boutault
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: A computer aided maxillofacial sequence is presented, applied to orthognatic surgery. It consists of 5 main stages: data acquisition and integration, surgical planning, surgical simulation, and per operative assistance. The planning and simulation steps are then addressed in a way that is clinically relevant. First concepts toward a 3D cephalometry are presented for a morphological analysis, surgical planning, and bone and soft tissue simulation. The aesthetic surgical outcomes of bone repositioning are studied with a biomechanical Finite Element soft tissue model.
Computer-aided planning for zygomatic bone reconstruction in maxillofacial traumatology
Sylvain Maubleu,Christophe Marecaux,Matthieu Chabanas,Yohan Payan,Franck Boutault
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: An optimal planning procedure has been proposed to define the target position of the zygomatic bone following a fracture of the mid-face skeleton. The protocol has been successfully tested on healthy subjects, and ensures the global symmetry of the face could be obtained after the reconstruction surgery. Now that the planning procedure is available, the next step of this project will be to develop an intra-operative guiding system to help the surgeon to follow the planning. This procedure will mainly rely on the intra-operative registration of the zygomatic bone fragment, and the design of specific surgical ancillaries for cranio-maxillofacial surgery.
A biomechanical model of the face including muscles for the prediction of deformations during speech production
Julie Groleau,Matthieu Chabanas,Christophe Marecaux,Natacha Payrard,Brice Segaud,Michel Rochette,Pascal Perrier,Yohan Payan
Physics , 2008,
Abstract: A 3D biomechanical finite element model of the face is presented. Muscles are represented by piece-wise uniaxial tension cable elements linking the insertion points. Such insertion points are specific entities differing from nodes of the finite element mesh, which makes possible to change either the mesh or the muscle implementation totally independently of each other. Lip/teeth and upper lip/lower lip contacts are also modeled. Simulations of smiling and of an Orbicularis Oris activation are presented and interpreted. The importance of a proper account of contacts and of an accurate anatomical description is shown
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