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MECHANICAL FINDER for various researches

Finite Element Analysis can be applied to various researches even in medical field.
MECHANICAL FINDER has been used by a lot of medical doctors and researchers in hospital, university and reserarch instituion for their wide-ranging researches.
Some of the related papers and presentations are shown below.

Paper / PresentationField
2016
T. Ogawa, et al.: Relationship between retention forces and stress at the distal border in maxillary complete dentures: Measurement of retention forces and finite-element analysis in individual participants. J Prosthet Dent. 2016 Oct 17. pii: S0022-3913(16)30365-1. Article in Presslink_mark.png Dentistry
T. Hagio, et al.: Stress Distribution within the Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus with Nonshoulder-type and Shoulder-type. AOFAS Annual Meeting 2016link_mark.png Orthopedics
M. Oba, et al.: Effect of femoral canal shape on mechanical stress distribution and adaptive bone remodelling around a cementless tapered-wedge stem. Bone & Joint Research vol. 5, No. 9, September 2016 link_mark.png Orthopedics
H. Takano, et al.: Biomechanical Study of the Effects of Balloon Kyphoplasty on the Adjacent Vertebrae. Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, 9, 478-487. doi: 10.4236/jbise.2016.910043.link_mark.png Orthopedics
S. Horita, et al.: Biomechanical analysis of immediately loaded implants according to the "All-on-Four" concept. Journal of Prosthodontic Research. Available online 5 September 2016 link_mark.png Dentistry
T. Sugiura, et al.: The effects of bone density and crestal cortical bone thickness on micromotion and peri-implant one strain distribution in an immediately loaded implant: a nonlinear finite element analysis. Journal of Periodontal Implant Science. 2016 Jun; 46(3): 152-165 link_mark.png Dentistry
Y. Shimura, et al.: Biomechanical effects of offset placement of dental implants in the edentulous posterior mandible. International Journal of Implant Dentistry. First Online: 17 June 2016 link_mark.png Dentistry
M. Fujii, et al.; Prediction of Femoral Neck Strength in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus with Trabecular Bone Analysis and Tomosynthesis Images. Radiology. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1148/radiol.2016151657 Ahead of Printlink_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Murakami, et al.: EVALUATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF JONES FRACTURES IN TERMS OF THE DYNAMIC FACTORS. XXV International Conference on Sports Rehabilitation and Traumatology: FOOTBALL MEDICINE STRATEGIES RETURN TO PLAY. link_mark.png Sport
D. Chiba, et al.:Prediction of pathological fracture of the femoral shaft with an osteolytic lesion using a computed tomography-based nonlinear three-dimensional finite element method. Journal of Orthopaedic Science. Available online 30 April 2016 link_mark.png Orthopedics
H. Sano, et al.:Comparison of fixation properties between coil-type and screw-type anchors for rotator cuff repair: A virtual pullout testing using 3-dimensional finite element method. Journal of Orthopaedic Science. Available online 14 May 2016 link_mark.png Orthopedics
Mhd H. Albogha, et al.:Predisposing Factors for Orthodontic Mini-Implant Failure Defined by Bone Strains in Patient-Specific Finite Element Models. Annals of Biomedical Engineering. pp 1-9. First online: 16 March 2016. link_mark.png Dentistry
K. Kawanami, et al.:Effect of Denosumab Administration on Lumbar Vertebral Strength of Patients with Vertebral Bony Metastases: Preliminary Study. Anticancer Research. 36(3); 1027-1031. 2016 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Matsukawa, et al.:Biomechanical evaluation of lumbar pedicle screws in spondylolytic vertebrae: comparison of fixation strength between the traditional trajectory and a cortical bone trajectory. Journal of Neurosurgery; Spine. Posted online on February 19, 2016. link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Matsukawa, et al.: Biomechanical evaluation of fixation strength among different sizes of pedicle screws using the cortical bone trajectory: what is the ideal screw size for optimal fixation? Acta Neurochirurgica pp 1-7, First online 15 January 2016 link_mark.png Orthopedics
M. Kaneko, et al.: Prediction of proximal femur strength by a quantitative computed tomography-based finite element method--Creation of predicted strength data of the proximal femur according to age range in a normal population. Modern Rheumatology. 26(1): 151-155. 2016 link_mark.png Orthopedics
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2015
N. Kiyohara, et al.: Discordance between Prevalent Vertebral Fracture and Vertebral Strength Estimated by the Finite Element Method Based on Quantitative Computed Tomography in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. PLoS One. 2015; 10(12): e0144496. Published online 2015 Dec 7. link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Matsukawa, et al.: Biomechanical Evaluation of Cross Trajectory Technique for Pedicle Screw Insertion: Combined Use of Traditional Trajectory and Cortical Bone Trajectory. Orthopaedic Surgery, 7(4): 317-323. 2015 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Yukawa, et al.: Three-Dimensional Finite Elemental Analysis of Bone Stress near an Implant Placed at the Border between Mandible and Fibular Graft in Mandibular Reconstruction. Open Journal of Regenerative Medicine, 4: 35-45. 2015 link_mark.png Dentistry
H. Sano, et al.: Predicting failures of suture anchors used for rotator cuff repair: A CT-based 3-dimensional finite element analysis. Bio-Medical Materials and Engineering, 25(4): 371-380. 2015 link_mark.png Orthopedics
Mhd H. Albogha, et al.: Generic finite element models of orthodontic mini-implants: Are they reliable? Journal of Biomechanics. 48(14):3751-3756. 2015 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K.Matsukawa, et al.: Biomechanical evaluation of the fixation strength of lumbar pedicle screws using cortical bone trajectory: a finite element study. Journal of Neurosurgery:Spine. 23(4): 471-478 2015 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Imai :Analysis of Vertebral Bone Strength, Fracture Pattern, and Fracture Location: A Validation Study Using a Computed Tomography-Based Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis. Aging and Disease. 6(3): 180-187. 2015 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Murakami, et al.: Biomechanical analysis of poly-L-lactic acid and titanium plates fixated for mandibular symphyseal fracture with a conservatively treated unilateral condylar fracture using the three-dimensional finite element method. Dental Traumatology. 31(5): 396-402. 2015 link_mark.png Dentistry
M. Omori, et al.: A biomechanical investigation of mandibular molar implants: reproducibility and validity of a finite element analysis model. International Journal of Implant Dentistry 2015, 1:10 doi:10.1186/s40729-015-0011-5 link_mark.png Dentistry
AH Abdullah, et al.; Effects of Hip Arthroplasties on Bone Adaptation in Lower Limbs: A Computational Study. Journal of Biosciences and Medicines. 3(4): 1-7. 2015 link_mark.png Orthopedics
Mhd H. Albogha, et al.: Maximum principal strain as a criterion for prediction of orthodontic mini-implants failure in subject-specific finite element models. Angle Orthodontist. 86(1): 24-31. 2015 link_mark.png Dentistry
H. Ike, et al.: Effects of rotational acetabular osteotomy on the mechanical stress within the hip joint in patients with developmental dysplasia of the hip. Bone Joint J. 97-B(4) 492-497. 2015 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Matsukawa, et al.: Comparison of Pedicle Screw Fixation Strength among Different Transpedicular Trajectories: A Finite Element Study. Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques. Post Acceptance: February 5, 2015, Publish Ahead of Print link_mark.png Orthopedics
AH. Abdullah, et al.; Stress Evaluation of Lower Limbs with Hip Osteoarthritis and Hip Arthroplasty. Journal of Medical and Bioengineering 4(2): 100-104. 2015 link_mark.png Orthopedics
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2014
T. Gonda, et al.: Biomechanical factors associated with mandibular cantilevers: analysis with three-dimensional finite element models. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2014 Nov-Dec; 29(6): e275-82 link_mark.png Dentistry
AH Abdullah, et al.: Risk of Femoral Bone Fractures in Hip Arthroplasties during Sideway Falls. International Journal of Applied Physics and Mathematics. 4(4): 286-289. 2014 link_mark.png Orthopedics
M. Wada, et al.,: Implant Placement With a Guided Surgery System Based on Stress Analyses Utilizing the Bone Density: A Clinical Case Report. Journal of Oral Implantology. 40(5): 603-606. 2014 link_mark.png Dentistry
Y. Hirata, et al. : Correlation between mechanical stress by finite element analysis and 18F-fluoride PET uptake in hip osteoarthritis patients. Journal of Orthopaedic Research. Early View (Online Version of Record published before inclusion in an issue, 2014) link_mark.png Orthopedics
Y. Oh, et al.: Potential pathogenic mechanism for stress fractures of the bowed femoral shaft in the elderly: Mechanical analysis by the CT-based finite element method. Injury. Published Online: August 29, 2014 link_mark.png Orthopedics
R. Shigemitsu, et al.: Patient-data-based finite-element stress analysis of mandibular bone with implant-supported overdenture. Computers in Biology and Medicine. Available online 28 August 2014 link_mark.png Orthopedics
Y. Matsuura, et al.: Investigation of the Accuracy of Finite element analysis for Evaluation of Distal Radius Strength: A Cadaveric Study. 8TH INTERNATIONAL HAND AND WRIST BIOMECHANICS SYMPOSIUM 2012/4/20-21 YOKYOHAMA JAPAN Orthopedics
Y. Matsuura, et al.: Accuracy of specimen-specific nonlinear finite element analysis for evaluation of radial diaphysis strength in cadaver material. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering. 10.1080/10255842.2014.974579. 2015 link_mark.png Orthopedics
Y. Matsuura, et al.: Accuracy of specimen-specific nonlinear finite element analysis for evaluation of distal radius strength in cadaver material. Journal of Orthopaedic Science. 10.1007/s00776-014-0616-1. 2014 link_mark.png Orthopedics
Y. Matsuura, et al.: Specimen-Specific Nonlinear Finite Element Modeling to Predict Vertebrae Fracture Loads after Vertebroplasty. Spine. 39(22): E1291-E1296. 2014 link_mark.png Orthopedics
H. Ike, et al.: Comparison between mechanical stress and bone mineral density in the femur after total hip arthroplasty by using subject-specific finite element analyses. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering. Published online: 24 Mar 2014 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Murakami, et al.: Theoretical efficacy of preventive measures for pathologic fracture after surgical removal of mandibular lesions based on a three-dimensional finite element analysis. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. 72(4): 833.e1-833.e18. 2014 link_mark.png Dentistry
Jie. G, et al.: Comparative stress analysis of delayed and immediate loading of a single implant in an edentulous maxilla model. Journal of Dental Biomechanics. Volume 5: 1-7. 2014 link_mark.png Dentistry
D. Tawara, et al.: Nonlinear mechanical analysis of posterior spinal instrumentation for steoporotic vertebra: Effects of mechanical properties of the rod on the failure risks around the screw. Journal of Biomechanical Science and Engineering. 10.1299/jbse.13-00163. 2014 link_mark.png Orthopedics
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2013
H. Sano, et al.: Stress Distribution Within Rotator Cuff Tendons With a Crescent-Shaped and an L-Shaped Tear. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy. 21(8): 1777-1782. 2013) link_mark.png Orthopedics
Y. Hirata, et al.: Comparison of Mechanical Stress and Change in Bone Mineral Density Between Two Types of Femoral Implant Using Finite Element Analysis. Journal of Arthroplasty. 28(10): 1731-1735. (2013) link_mark.png Orthopedics
D. Umebayashi, et al.: Transvertebral anterior cervical foraminotomy: midterm outcomes of clinical and radiological assessments including the finite element method. European Spine Journal. 10.1007/s00586-013-2974-3: 1-7. 2013 link_mark.png Neurosurgery
K. Nakamura, et al.: Dental application of novel finite element analysis software for three-dimensional finite element modeling of a dentulous mandible from its computed tomography images. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine December 2013 vol. 227 no. 12 1312-1318 link_mark.png Dentistry
A. Hasegawa, et al.: Accuracy of three-dimensional finite element modeling using two different dental cone beam computed tomography systems. Odontology. 101(2): 210-215. 2013 link_mark.png Dentistry
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2012
M. Kaneko, et al.: Predictiong vertebral bone strength with a quantitative computed tomography-based finite-element method -creation of strength data according to age range in a normal population and analysis of factors affecting strength. Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, British Volume. 94-B(SUPP XXXVII 63): 2012 link_mark.png Orthopedics
M. Wada, et al.: Implant placement with a guided surgery system based on stress analyses utilizing the bone density. Journal of Oral Implantology In-Press. 2012 link_mark.png Dentistry
A. Hasegawa. Accuracy of three-dimensional finite element modeling using two different dental cone beam computed tomography systems. Odontology. 2012 link_mark.png Dentistry
M. Sano, et al.: Biomechanical Rationale for Six Splinted Implants in Bilateral Canine, Premolar, and Molar Regions in an Edentulous Maxilla. Implant Dentistry. 21(3): 220-224. 2012 link_mark.png Dentistry
A. Takahashi, et al.: Patellar morphology and femoral component geometry influence patellofemoral contact stress in total knee arthroplasty without patellar resurfacing. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy. 29(9): 1787-1795. 2012 link_mark.png Orthopedics
L.M. Ren, et al.: A comparative biomechanical study of bone ingrowth in two porous hydroxyapatite bioceramics. Applied Surface Science. 2012 link_mark.png Other
L.M. Ren, et al.: Biomechanical evaluation of porous bioactive ceramics after implantation: micro CT-based three-dimensional finite element analysis. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine. 23(2): 463-472. 2012 link_mark.png Other
H. Sano, Stress distribution inside bone after suture anchor insertion: simulation using a three-dimensional finite element method. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy. 2012 link_mark.png Orthopedics
Y. Matsuura, et al.: Investigation of the accuracy of finite element analysis for evaluation of distal radius strength: A cadaveric study. The 8th International Hand and Wrist Biomechanics Symposium 2012 link_mark.png Orthopedics
Y. Tomizuka, et al.: Finite Element Analysis of Movement of Lower Jaw Molars Using Implant Anchor. Journal of the Japanese Society for Experimental Mechanics. 12 No. Special_Issue: s267-s272. 2012 link_mark.png Dentistry
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2011
M. Kaneko, et al.: Prediction of proximal femur strength by a quantitative computed tomograpy-based finite element method -Creation of predicted strength data of the proximal femur according to age range in a normal population and analysis of risk factors for hip fracture. Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, British Volume. 93-B(SUPP II 216): 2011 link_mark.png Orthopedics
D. Tawara, et al.: Patient-Specific Finite Element Analyses Detect Significant Mechanical Therapeutic Effects on Osteoporotic Vertebrae During a Three-Year Treatment. Journal of Biomechanical Science and Engineering. 6(4): 248-261. 2011 link_mark.png Orthopedics
H. Ike, et al.: Relationship between stress of finite element studies and bone mineral density in the femur after total hip arthroplasty. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 93-B(SUPP IV 420): 2011 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Imai: Vertebral fracture risk and alendronate effects on osteoporosis assessed by a computed tomography-based nonlinear finite element method. Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism. 29(6): 645-651. 2011 link_mark.png Orthopedics
T. Motohashi, et al.: Three-dimensional finite element stress analysis of the different bioabsorbable osteosynthesis plate forms in the bilateral sagittal splitting ramus osteotomy. Asian Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. 23(1): 10-17. 2011 link_mark.png Dentistry
M. Ito, et al.: Reproducing the Bio-Mechanics of the Implant-Bone Interface. Biomechanics of Implant-Bone Interface?In vitro Studies The Preliminary Program for IADR/AADR/CADR 89th General Session and Exhibition (March 16-19, 2011) Dentistry
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2010
D. Tawara, et al.: Mechanical evaluation by patient-specific finite element analyses demonstrates therapeutic effects for osteoporotic vertebrae. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials. 3(1): 31-40. 2010 link_mark.png Orthopedics
D. Sakagoshi, et al.: A Mechanical Analysis of Femoral Resurfacing Implantation for Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head. The Journal of Arthroplasty. 25(8): 1282-1289. 2010 link_mark.png Orthopedics
A. Hasegawa, et al.: Development of 3D CAD/FEM Analysis System for Natural Teeth and Jaw Bone Constructed from X-Ray CT Images. International Journal of Biomaterials. 2010: 7pages. 2010 link_mark.png Orthopedics
T. Arahira, et al.: Assessment of Mechanical Stability and Safety for Fully Edentulous Maxilla with Dental Implants. Journal of Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering. 4(7): 953-962. 2010 link_mark.png Orthopedics
D. Tawara, et al.: Mechanical Therapeutic Effects in Osteoporotic L1-Vertebrae Evaluated by Nonlinear Patient-specific Finite Element Analysis. Journal of Biomechanical Science and Engineering. 5(5): 499-514. 2010 link_mark.png Orthopedics
T. Arahira, et al.: Biomechanical Analysis of Implant Treatment for Fully Edentulous Maxillae with Different Bone Quality. 6th World Congress of Biomechanics (WCB 2010). August 1-6, 2010 Singapore. 31:961-964. 2010 link_mark.png Orthopedics
H. Takahashi, et al.: Three lateral osteotomy designs for bilateral sagittal split osteotomy: biomechanical evaluation with three-dimensional finite element analysis. Head & Face Medicine. 2010 link_mark.png Orthopedics
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2009
M. Bessho, et al.: Prediction of proximal femur strength using a CT-based nonlinear finite element method: Differences in predicted fracture load and site with changing load and boundary conditions. Bone 45 (2009) 226-231 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Imai, et al.: Assessment of vertebral fracture risk and therapeutic effects of alendronate in postmenopausal women using a quantitative computed tomography-based nonlinear finite element method. Osteoporosis International. 20(5): 801-810. 2009 link_mark.png Orthopedics
K. Mizuno, et al.: Comparison of human FE model and crash dummy responses in various child restraint systems. International Journal of Crashworthiness. 14(2): 139-149. 2009 link_mark.png Orthopedics
T. Matsumoto, et al.: Prediction of Vertebral Strength Under Loading Conditions Occurring in Activities of Daily Living Using a Computed Tomography-Based Nonlinear Finite Element Method. Spine. 34(14): 1464-1469. 2009 link_mark.png Orthopedics
N. Wakao, et al.: The effect of impact direction on the fracture load of osteoporotic proximal femurs. Medical Engineering & Physics. 31(9):1134-1139. 2009 link_mark.png Orthopedics
T. Arahira, et al.: ASSESSMENT OF MECHANICAL STABILITY AND SAFETY FOR FULLY EDENTULOUS MAXILLA WITH DENTAL IMPLANTS. Asian Pacific Conference for Materials and Mechanics 2009 at Yokohama, Japan, November 13-16 link_mark.png Dentistry
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2008
M. Otani, et al.: Vocal tract shapes of non-audible murmur production. Acoustical science and technology 29(2): 195-198. 2008 link_mark.png Other
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2007
M. Bessho, et al.: Prediction of strength and strain of the proximal femur by a CT-based finite element method. Journal of Biomechanics. 40(8): 1745-1753. 2007 link_mark.png Orthopedics
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2006
K. Imai, et al.: Nonlinear Finite Element Model Predicts Vertebral Bone Strength and Fracture Site. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 31(16):1789-94. 2006 link_mark.png Orthopedics
J. Oda, et al.: Mechanical Evaluation of the Skeletal Structure and Tissue of the Woodpecker and Its Shock Absorbing System. JSME international journal. Series A, Solid mechanics and material engineering 49(3): 390-396. 2006 link_mark.png Orthopedics
S. Awamori: Biomechanical examination of osteoporotic spine fracture using finite element analysis. Journal of the Juzen Medical Society. 115(1): 37-45. 2006 Orthopedics
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2005
D. Tawara, et al.: Finite Element Analysis Considering Material Inhomogeneousness of Bone Using "ADVENTURE System". JSME international journal. Series C, 49(2): 292-298. 2005 link_mark.png Orthopedics
D.Tawara, et al.: Patient-specific dynamic stress analysis of osteoporosis vertebrae. ISB XXth Congress - ABS 29th Annual Meeting Orthopedics
2004
M. Bessho, et al.: Prediction of the strength and fracture location of the femoral neck by CT-based finite-element method: a preliminary study on patients with hip fracture. Journal of Orthopaedic Science. 9(6): 545-550. 2004Patient-specific dynamic stress analysis of osteoporosis vertebrae link_mark.png Orthopedics

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