Aplicación de análisis de elementos finitos en endodoncia.

Esmeralda Lucero Hernández Treviño, Fanny López Martínez, Patricia N. Olivares Ponce

Resumen


El análisis de elementos finitos (FEA) es un método de ingeniería para el análisis numérico de estructuras complejas en base a sus propiedades del material.

Palabras clave


Tratamiento de conductos, factores asociados, éxito, fracaso, pronóstico

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Referencias


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