Rafael Grytz
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Constitutive modeling of crimped collagen fibrils in soft tissues
R Grytz, G Meschke
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 2 (5), 522-533, 2009
The collagen fibril architecture in the lamina cribrosa and peripapillary sclera predicted by a computational remodeling approach
R Grytz, G Meschke, JB Jonas
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 10, 371-382, 2011
Scleral structure and biomechanics
C Boote, IA Sigal, R Grytz, Y Hua, TD Nguyen, MJA Girard
Progress in retinal and eye research 74, 100773, 2020
Age-and race-related differences in human scleral material properties
R Grytz, MA Fazio, V Libertiaux, L Bruno, S Gardiner, CA Girkin, ...
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 55 (12), 8163-8172, 2014
Material properties of the posterior human sclera
R Grytz, MA Fazio, MJA Girard, V Libertiaux, L Bruno, S Gardiner, ...
Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 29, 602-617, 2014
Age-related changes in human peripapillary scleral strain
MA Fazio, R Grytz, JS Morris, L Bruno, SK Gardiner, CA Girkin, JC Downs
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 13, 551-563, 2014
A computational remodeling approach to predict the physiological architecture of the collagen fibril network in corneo-scleral shells
R Grytz, G Meschke
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 9, 225-235, 2010
Lamina cribrosa thickening in early glaucoma predicted by a microstructure motivated growth and remodeling approach
R Grytz, IA Sigal, JW Ruberti, G Meschke, JC Downs
Mechanics of Materials 44, 99-109, 2012
Regional variations in mechanical strain in the posterior human sclera
MA Fazio, R Grytz, L Bruno, MJA Girard, S Gardiner, CA Girkin, JC Downs
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 53 (9), 5326-5333, 2012
Human scleral structural stiffness increases more rapidly with age in donors of African descent compared to donors of European descent
MA Fazio, R Grytz, JS Morris, L Bruno, CA Girkin, JC Downs
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 55 (11), 7189-7198, 2014
Perspectives on biomechanical growth and remodeling mechanisms in glaucoma
R Grytz, CA Girkin, V Libertiaux, JC Downs
Mechanics research communications 42, 92-106, 2012
Changing material properties of the tree shrew sclera during minus lens compensation and recovery
R Grytz, JT Siegwart
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 56 (3), 2065-2078, 2015
A forward incremental prestressing method with application to inverse parameter estimations and eye-specific simulations of posterior scleral shells
R Grytz, JC Downs
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 16 (7), 768-780, 2013
Experimental myopia increases and scleral crosslinking using genipin inhibits cyclic softening in the tree shrew sclera
AM Levy, MA Fazio, R Grytz
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 38 (3), 246-256, 2018
Modeling the biomechanics of the lamina cribrosa microstructure in the human eye
A Karimi, SM Rahmati, RG Grytz, CA Girkin, JC Downs
Acta Biomaterialia 134, 357-378, 2021
Analysis of the effects of finite element type within a 3D biomechanical model of a human optic nerve head and posterior pole
A Karimi, R Grytz, SM Rahmati, CA Girkin, JC Downs
Computer methods and programs in biomedicine 198, 105794, 2021
Connective tissue remodeling in myopia and its potential role in increasing risk of glaucoma
R Grytz, H Yang, Y Hua, BC Samuels, IA Sigal
Current opinion in biomedical engineering 15, 40-50, 2020
Consistent micro–macro transitions at large objective strains in curvilinear convective coordinates
R Grytz, G Meschke
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 73 (6), 805-824, 2008
Multi-scale Modeling of Vision-Guided Remodeling and Age-Dependent Growth of the Tree Shrew Sclera During Eye Development and Lens-Induced Myopia
R Grytz, M El Hamdaoui
Journal of Elasticity 129, 171--195, 2017
Mechanical strain and restructuring of the optic nerve head
JC Downs, CF Burgoyne, R Grytz
Glaucoma, 67-87, 2015
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