Upright MRI in kinematic assessment of the ACL-deficient knee.

  title={Upright MRI in kinematic assessment of the ACL-deficient knee.},
  author={Jamie A Nicholson and Alasdair G Sutherland and Francis W. Smith and Taku Kawasaki},
  journal={The Knee},
  volume={19 1},
The ability to quantify in vivo femoro-tibial relations in the knee holds great advantage to further patient care. There is little consensus on the optimal weight-bearing environment and measurement method for MRI assessment of in vivo knee kinematics. This study set out to establish the optimal method of measuring femoro-tibial relations in an upright, weight-bearing environment in normal individuals and those with ACL deficiency. Upright, load bearing, MRI scans of both knees were evaluated… CONTINUE READING
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