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Studying biological tissue with fluorescence lifetime imaging: microscopy, endoscopy, and complex decay profiles.
We have applied fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) to the autofluorescence of different kinds of biological tissue in vitro, including animal tissue sections and knee joints as well as human teeth,Expand
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An optimised method for quantifying glenoid orientation
A robust quantification method is essential for inter-subject glenoid comparison and planning of total shoulder arthroplasty. This study compared various scapular and glenoid axes with each other inExpand
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A scapular coordinate frame for clinical and kinematic analyses.
The aim of this study was to define a body-fixed coordinate frame for the scapula that minimises axes variability and is closely related to the clinical frame of reference. Medical images of 21Expand
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Specificity of clinical examinations for testing glenohumeral ligament integrity: a computational study
An accurate diagnosis of glenohumeral joint (GHJ) instability is essential for an effective surgical intervention. There is presently no known comprehensive algorithm of clinical tests for theExpand
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Use of a polymeric device to deliver growth factors to a healing fracture
Background:  Fracture healing is a cascade of events regulated by systemic and local factors. Local growth factors are believed to play an integral role. The present study evaluates the effects ofExpand
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Biomedical Applications of Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging
Fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) provides a robust functional imaging modality for biomedicine. Recent advances in ultrafast laser and detector technology make FLIM increasingly accessible forExpand
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Multidimensional Fluorescence Imaging Applied to Biological Tissue
We hope we have shown the reader that fluorescence lifetime can provide intrinsic molecular contrast in unstained tissue and that the prospects for in vivo application are exciting. Expand
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Arthroscopic release and labral repair for bifocal compression of the suprascapular nerve
We present a rare case of combined proximal and distal compression of the suprascapular nerve causing supra- and infraspinatus weakness and wasting in a 17-year-old rower. Clinical findings, magneticExpand
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Anterior translation in the right shoulders of 23 volunteers was evaluated using ultrasound from an anterior approach with a 10 MHz, 6 cm wide linear transducer. A translatory force of 90 N was usedExpand
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