Time-dependent diffusion in skeletal muscle with the random permeable barrier model (RPBM): application to normal controls and chronic exertional compartment syndrome patients.

@article{Sigmund2014TimedependentDI,
  title={Time-dependent diffusion in skeletal muscle with the random permeable barrier model (RPBM): application to normal controls and chronic exertional compartment syndrome patients.},
  author={Eric E Sigmund and Dmitry S. Novikov and Dabang Sui and Obehi T Ukpebor and Steven H. Baete and James S. Babb and Kecheng Liu and Thorsten Feiweier and Jane Kwon and Kellyanne Mcgorty and Jenny Teresa Bencardino and Els Fieremans},
  journal={NMR in biomedicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={519-28}
}
The purpose of this work was to carry out diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) at multiple diffusion times Td in skeletal muscle in normal subjects and chronic exertional compartment syndrome (CECS) patients and analyze the data with the random permeable barrier model (RPBM) for biophysical specificity. Using an institutional review board approved HIPAA-compliant protocol, seven patients with clinical suspicion of CECS and eight healthy volunteers underwent DTI of the calf muscle in a Siemens… CONTINUE READING
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