High-speed polarization imaging of dynamic collagen fiber realignment in tendon-to-bone insertion region

@article{Wu2018HighspeedPI,
  title={High-speed polarization imaging of dynamic collagen fiber realignment in tendon-to-bone insertion region},
  author={Xianyu Wu and Mark Pankow and Hsiao-Ying Shadow Huang and Kara Peters},
  journal={Journal of Biomedical Optics},
  year={2018},
  volume={23}
}
Abstract. A high-speed polarization imaging instrument is demonstrated to be capable of measuring the collagen fiber alignment orientation and alignment strength during high-displacement rate dynamic loading at acquisition rates up to 10 kHz. The implementation of a high-speed rotating quarter wave plate and high-speed camera in the imaging system allows a minimum measurement acquisition time of 6 ms. Sliced tendon-to-bone insertion samples are loaded using a modified drop tower with an average… 

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