Xinshan Li
Xinshan Li
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sheffield
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Patient-specific finite element estimated femur strength as a predictor of the risk of hip fracture: the effect of methodological determinants
M Qasim, G Farinella, J Zhang, X Li, L Yang, R Eastell, M Viceconti
Osteoporosis International 27, 2815-2822, 2016
Are CT-based finite element model predictions of femoral bone strengthening clinically useful?
M Viceconti, M Qasim, P Bhattacharya, X Li
Current osteoporosis reports 16, 216-223, 2018
Skin stem cell hypotheses and long term clone survival–explored using agent-based modelling
X Li, AK Upadhyay, AJ Bullock, T Dicolandrea, J Xu, RL Binder, ...
Scientific reports 3 (1), 1904, 2013
Modeling childbirth: elucidating the mechanisms of labor
X Li, JA Kruger, MP Nash, PMF Nielsen
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Systems Biology and Medicine 2 (4), 460-470, 2010
Anisotropic effects of the levator ani muscle during childbirth
X Li, JA Kruger, MP Nash, PMF Nielsen
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 10, 485-494, 2011
Effects of nonlinear muscle elasticity on pelvic floor mechanics during vaginal childbirth
X Li, JA Kruger, MP Nash, PMF Nielsen
The effect of boundary and loading conditions on patient classification using finite element predicted risk of fracture
Z Altai, M Qasim, X Li, M Viceconti
Clinical Biomechanics 68, 137-143, 2019
Developing CT based computational models of pediatric femurs
X Li, M Viceconti, MC Cohen, GC Reilly, MJ Carré, AC Offiah
Journal of Biomechanics 48 (10), 2034-2040, 2015
Modelling childbirth: comparing athlete and non-athlete pelvic floor mechanics
X Li, JA Kruger, JH Chung, MP Nash, PMF Nielsen
Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention–MICCAI 2008: 11th …, 2008
Large-scale finite element analysis of human cancellous bone tissue micro computer tomography data: a convergence study
Y Chen, M Pani, F Taddei, C Mazzŕ, X Li, M Viceconti
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 136 (10), 101013, 2014
Evaluation of patient tissue selection methods for deriving equivalent density calibration for femoral bone quantitative CT analyses
C Winsor, X Li, M Qasim, CR Henak, PJ Pickhardt, H Ploeg, M Viceconti
Bone 143, 115759, 2021
Investigating the mechanical response of paediatric bone under bending and torsion using finite element analysis
Z Altai, M Viceconti, AC Offiah, X Li
Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology 17, 1001-1009, 2018
Postnatal pelvic floor muscle stiffness measured by vaginal elastometry in women with obstetric anal sphincter injury: a pilot study
DOC Anumba, S Gillespie, S Jha, S Abdi, J Kruger, A Taberner, ...
International urogynecology journal 31, 567-575, 2020
Finite element analysis informed variable selection for femoral fracture risk prediction
M Taylor, M Viceconti, P Bhattacharya, X Li
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 118, 104434, 2021
Femoral neck strain prediction during level walking using a combined musculoskeletal and finite element model approach
Z Altai, E Montefiori, B van Veen, M A. Paggiosi, EV McCloskey, ...
Plos one 16 (2), e0245121, 2021
Effects of fetal head motion on pelvic floor mechanics
X Li, JA Kruger, MP Nash, PMF Nielsen
Computational biomechanics for medicine, 129-137, 2010
Finite element modelling of the developing infant femur using paired CT and MRI scans
APG Castro, Z Altai, AC Offiah, SC Shelmerdine, OJ Arthurs, X Li, ...
Plos one 14 (6), e0218268, 2019
Delivering computationally-intensive Digital Patient applications to the clinic: an exemplar solution to predict femoral bone strength from CT data
NA Benemerito I, Griffiths W, Allsopp J, Furnass W, Bhattacharya P, Li X ...
Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 106200-106200, 2021
Modeling the second stage of labor
X Yan, JA Kruger, X Li, PMF Nielsen, MP Nash
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Systems Biology and Medicine 8 (6), 506-516, 2016
Modelling the pelvic floor for investigating difficulties during childbirth
X Li, JA Kruger, JH Chung, MP Nash, PMF Nielsen
Medical Imaging 2008: Physiology, Function, and Structure From Medical …, 2008
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