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Relative pressure estimation from velocity measurements in blood flows: State-of-the-art and new approaches

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Relative pressure estimation from velocity measurements in blood flows : State-of-the-art and new approaches. / Bertoglio, Cristóbal; Nuñez, Rodolfo; Galarce, Felipe; Nordsletten, David; Osses, Axel.

In: International Journal For Numerical Methods In Biomedical Engineering, 09.11.2017.

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Bertoglio, C, Nuñez, R, Galarce, F, Nordsletten, D & Osses, A 2017, 'Relative pressure estimation from velocity measurements in blood flows: State-of-the-art and new approaches', International Journal For Numerical Methods In Biomedical Engineering. https://doi.org/10.1002/cnm.2925

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Bertoglio, C., Nuñez, R., Galarce, F., Nordsletten, D., & Osses, A. (2017). Relative pressure estimation from velocity measurements in blood flows: State-of-the-art and new approaches. International Journal For Numerical Methods In Biomedical Engineering. https://doi.org/10.1002/cnm.2925

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Bertoglio C, Nuñez R, Galarce F, Nordsletten D, Osses A. Relative pressure estimation from velocity measurements in blood flows: State-of-the-art and new approaches. International Journal For Numerical Methods In Biomedical Engineering. 2017 Nov 9. https://doi.org/10.1002/cnm.2925

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Bertoglio, Cristóbal ; Nuñez, Rodolfo ; Galarce, Felipe ; Nordsletten, David ; Osses, Axel. / Relative pressure estimation from velocity measurements in blood flows : State-of-the-art and new approaches. In: International Journal For Numerical Methods In Biomedical Engineering. 2017.

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