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Experimental studies of the structure of biological tissues through mechanical effects with a smart laparoscopic instrument
Institute of Robotics - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Department of Robotized Executive Mechanisms and Intelligent Systems, Acad. G. Bonchev str., bl. 1, Sofia 1113, Bulgaria
2 Institute of Information and Communication Technologies - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Department of Communication Systems and Services, Acad. G. Bonchev str., bl. 2, Sofia 1113, Bulgaria
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3 Institute of Information and Communication Technologies - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Department of Modelling and Optimization, Acad. G. Bonchev str., bl. 2, room 302, Sofia 1113, Bulgaria
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The article presents investigations in the area of the analysis of heterogeneous biological tissues using tools based on mechanical stimulations. Some known tissue mechanical models are presented along with one approach for specifying the tissue internal structure by measuring mechanical macro parameters of the research tools. The methodology of micro and macro stimulation is described and the construction of an experimental model of a smart laparoscopic tool for its realization is presented.
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