Quantitative parametric MRI of articular cartilage: a review of progress and open challenges.

@article{Binks2013QuantitativePM,
  title={Quantitative parametric MRI of articular cartilage: a review of progress and open challenges.},
  author={D. A. Binks and Richard J. Hodgson and Michael E. Ries and R J Foster and Stephen W. Smye and D Mcgonagle and Aleksandra Radjenovic},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={86 1023},
  pages={
          20120163
        }
}
With increasing life expectancies and the desire to maintain active lifestyles well into old age, the impact of the debilitating disease osteoarthritis (OA) and its burden on healthcare services is mounting. Emerging regenerative therapies could deliver significant advances in the effective treatment of OA but rely upon the ability to identify the initial signs of tissue damage and will also benefit from quantitative assessment of tissue repair in vivo. Continued development in the field of… CONTINUE READING

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