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Computational mechanics of stent grafts: can we predict deployed configurations? an in vitro and patient-specific case study

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MLA
De Bock, Sander, Francesco Iannaccone, Isabelle Van Herzeele, et al. “Computational Mechanics of Stent Grafts: Can We Predict Deployed Configurations? an in Vitro and Patient-specific Case Study.” Abstract Book Multidisciplinairy European Endovascular Therapy 2012. 2012. 73–73. Print.
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De Bock, S., Iannaccone, F., Van Herzeele, I., De Beule, M., Vermassen, F., Verhegghe, B., & Segers, P. (2012). Computational mechanics of stent grafts: can we predict deployed configurations? an in vitro and patient-specific case study. Abstract Book Multidisciplinairy European Endovascular Therapy 2012 (pp. 73–73). Presented at the Multidisciplinairy European Endovascular Therapy (MEET - 2012).
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De Bock, Sander, Francesco Iannaccone, Isabelle Van Herzeele, Matthieu De Beule, Frank Vermassen, Benedict Verhegghe, and Patrick Segers. 2012. “Computational Mechanics of Stent Grafts: Can We Predict Deployed Configurations? an in Vitro and Patient-specific Case Study.” In Abstract Book Multidisciplinairy European Endovascular Therapy 2012, 73–73.
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De Bock, Sander, Francesco Iannaccone, Isabelle Van Herzeele, Matthieu De Beule, Frank Vermassen, Benedict Verhegghe, and Patrick Segers. 2012. “Computational Mechanics of Stent Grafts: Can We Predict Deployed Configurations? an in Vitro and Patient-specific Case Study.” In Abstract Book Multidisciplinairy European Endovascular Therapy 2012, 73–73.
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De Bock S, Iannaccone F, Van Herzeele I, De Beule M, Vermassen F, Verhegghe B, et al. Computational mechanics of stent grafts: can we predict deployed configurations? an in vitro and patient-specific case study. Abstract Book Multidisciplinairy European Endovascular Therapy 2012. 2012. p. 73–73.
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S. De Bock et al., “Computational mechanics of stent grafts: can we predict deployed configurations? an in vitro and patient-specific case study,” in Abstract Book Multidisciplinairy European Endovascular Therapy 2012, Rome, Italy, 2012, pp. 73–73.
@inproceedings{2945644,
  author       = {De Bock, Sander and Iannaccone, Francesco and Van Herzeele, Isabelle and De Beule, Matthieu and Vermassen, Frank and Verhegghe, Benedict and Segers, Patrick},
  booktitle    = {Abstract Book Multidisciplinairy European Endovascular Therapy 2012},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Rome, Italy},
  pages        = {73--73},
  title        = {Computational mechanics of stent grafts: can we predict deployed configurations? an in vitro and patient-specific case study},
  year         = {2012},
}