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Modeling of the human mandibular periosteum material properties and comparison with the calvarial periosteum

  • Natacha Kadlub
  • Alexandre Debelmas
  • Jeremy DallardEmail author
  • Arnaud Picard
  • Jean Boisson
Original Paper
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Abstract

Knowledge of mandibular periosteum mechanical properties is fundamental for understanding its role in craniofacial growth, in trauma and bone regeneration. There is a lack in the literature regarding mechanical behavior of the human periosteum, including both experimental and modeling aspects. The proposed study involves tensile tests of periosteum samples from different locations including two locations of human mandibular periosteum: lingual and vestibular, compared with samples from various locations of the calvarial periosteum. We propose to analyze the tensile response of the mandibular periosteum using a model, initially applied on the skin, and based on a structural approach involving the mechanical properties of the corrugation of the collagen. Two different approaches for the model parameters’ identification are proposed: (1) identification from experimental curve fitting and (2) identification from histological study. This approach allows us to compare parameters extracted from the traction test fitting to structural parameters measured on periosteum histological slices. Concerning experimental aspects, we showed significant differences, in terms of stiffness, between calvarial and mandibular periostea. (The mean final stiffness is \(E_{\mathrm{c,mand}}= 18\,\text {MPa}\) for the mandible versus \(E_{\mathrm{c,calv}}= 70.1\) for the calvaria.) About modeling, we succeed to capture the correct mechanical behavior for the periosteum, and the statistical analysis showed that certain parameters from the geometric data and traction data are significantly comparable (e.g., \(p=0.3\) for \(E_{\mathrm{c}}\)). However, we also observed a discrepancy between these two approaches for the elongation at which the fibril has become straight (\(p=0.0001\)).

Keywords

Elastic moduli Young's moduli Periosteum Collagen Traction test 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This study was funded by the Prematuration Project IDEX Paris Saclay. The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest. Experimentations were supported by the Strasbourg Research Osteosynthesis Group, Coline Association, AFIF SSR/PAG Association and NARTMF association. Cadaveric experiment was supported by l’Ecole de chirurgie de l’APHP.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Unit of Maxillofacial and Plastic Surgery, Necker Enfants MaladesParis DescartesParisFrance
  2. 2.UMEENSTA ParisPalaiseauFrance

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