A non-invasive technique for 3-dimensional assessment of articular cartilage thickness based on MRI. Part 1: Development of a computational method.

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Articular cartilage thickness is of relevance in various fields in diagnostics and biomedical research. In view of recent improvements of MR cartilage imaging a computational method has been developed for three-dimensional determination of cartilage thickness from tomographic datasets. A correction algorithm that compensates for the error implied in the… (More)

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@article{Loesch1997ANT, title={A non-invasive technique for 3-dimensional assessment of articular cartilage thickness based on MRI. Part 1: Development of a computational method.}, author={Angelique Loesch and Friedrich S. Eckstein and Michael Haubner and Karl-Hans Englmeier}, journal={Magnetic resonance imaging}, year={1997}, volume={15 7}, pages={795-804} }