In-vivo measurement of dynamic joint motion using high speed biplane radiography and CT: application to canine ACL deficiency.

@article{Tashman2003InvivoMO,
  title={In-vivo measurement of dynamic joint motion using high speed biplane radiography and CT: application to canine ACL deficiency.},
  author={Scott Tashman and William Anderst},
  journal={Journal of biomechanical engineering},
  year={2003},
  volume={125 2},
  pages={238-45}
}
Dynamic assessment of three-dimensional (3D) skeletal kinematics is essential for understanding normal joint function as well as the effects of injury or disease. This paper presents a novel technique for measuring in-vivo skeletal kinematics that combines data collected from high-speed biplane radiography and static computed tomography (CT). The goals of the present study were to demonstrate that highly precise measurements can be obtained during dynamic movement studies employing high frame… CONTINUE READING

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