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Title: Some mathematical considerations about a small intestine morphology in the human body (Theory of Biomathematics and its Applications XIII : Modeling and Analysis for Discrete and Continuous Models)
Authors: Kanazawa, Hirotaka
Author's alias: 金澤, 洋隆
Issue Date: Sep-2017
Publisher: 京都大学数理解析研究所
Journal title: 数理解析研究所講究録 = RIMS Kokyuroku
Volume: 2043
Start page: 160
End page: 163
Abstract: A small intestine has a non-Urunching tube structure and is packed in an abdominal cavity which is a finite space. Therefore, a small intestine has a finite number of bending. To investigate this number of tube‐bending, I introduce some differential geometrical concepts into the arguments and conclude that a small intestine has a given range of the number of a tube-bending.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/236973
Appears in Collections:2043 Theory of Biomathematics and its Applications XIII : Modeling and Analysis for Discrete and Continuous Models

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