Article describing normal midcarpal motion and reader reliability using dynamic MRI is accepted in the journal Skeletal Radiology
Our research group is optimizing dynamic MRI acquisition to create 4D (X, Y, Z and time) images of the joints during their active motion. We are employing these novel images to study kinematic differences in the context of joint instability and osteoarthritis.
Robert D. Boutin, M.D., Robert J. Szabo, M.D., M.P.H., Christopher O. Bayne, M.D., Brent Foster, Ph.D., Calvin Shaw, Ph.D., Stephen Henrichon, M.D., Krishna Nayak, Ph.D.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Science Foundation
C. B Shaw, B. H Foster, M. Borgese, R. D. Boutin, C. Bateni, C. O. Bayne, R. M. Szabo, K. S. Nayak and A. J. Chaudhari, Real-time three-dimensional MRI for the assessment of dynamic carpal instability, bioRxiv 351593, doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/351593
S. S. Henrichon, B. H. Foster, C. B. Shaw, C. O. Bayne, R. M. Szabo, A. J. Chaudhari, and R. D. Boutin, Dynamic MRI of the Wrist in Less than 20 Seconds: Normal Midcarpal Motion and Reader Reliability, Skeletal Radiology, in press
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Please contact Dr Chaudhari at ajchaudhari AT ucdavis DOT edu