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K.D.R. Kappert
K.D.R. Kappert
ZGT Academy, Almelo / University of Twente, Enschede
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An interactive surgical simulation tool to assess the consequences of a partial glossectomy on a biomechanical model of the tongue
KDR Kappert, MJA van Alphen, S van Dijk, LE Smeele, AJM Balm, ...
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 22 (8), 827-839, 2019
122019
Quantification of tongue mobility impairment using optical tracking in patients after receiving primary surgery or chemoradiation
KDR Kappert, MJA van Alphen, LE Smeele, AJM Balm, F van der Heijden
PloS one 14 (8), e0221593, 2019
82019
Personalized biomechanical tongue models based on diffusion-weighted MRI and validated using optical tracking of range of motion
KDR Kappert, L Voskuilen, LE Smeele, AJM Balm, B Jasperse, ...
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 20 (3), 1101-1113, 2021
32021
In-vivo tongue stiffness measured by aspiration: Resting vs general anesthesia
KDR Kappert, N Connesson, SA Elahi, S Boonstra, AJM Balm, ...
Journal of biomechanics 114, 110147, 2021
22021
Five specific tongue movements in a healthy population
KDR Kappert, S van Dijk, D Wellenstein, MJA van Alphen, RJJH van Son, ...
Dysphagia 36 (4), 736-742, 2021
12021
VIRTUAL SURGERY: Development of a surgical simulation tool for the prediction of functional impairment after partial glossectomy
KDR Kappert
University of Twente, 2016
12016
Biomechanical models and prediction of mobility after tongue cancer surgery
KDR Kappert
University of Twente, 2020
2020
This chapter is not yet submitted This work was presented at the Technical Innovations In Medicine congress, Webinar (2020)
KDR Kappert, L Voskuilen, AF de Geer, MJA van Alphen, B Jasperse, ...
BIOMECHANICAL MODELS AND PREDICTION OF MOBILITY AFTER TONGUE CANCER SURGERY, 161, 2020
2020
IN-VIVO MEASUREMENTS OF HUMAN TONGUE ELASTICITY UNDER GENERAL ANESTHESIA USING A VOLUME BASED ASPIRATION METHOD
K Kappert, S Boonstra, F Balm, N Connesson, M van Alphen, Y Payan
16th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and …, 2019
2019
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