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Abstract #2815

MRI of the knee during weight-bearing standing postures involving positions of joint extension and flexion

YueFen Zou1, Yu Zheng1, HongYuan Ding1, SiSeung Kim2, Shekhar Suresh Chandra3, Jurgen Fripp4, Jian Bao2, HuiYao Zhang2, Bing Keong Li2, and Craig Engstrom 5
1Medical Imaging, The First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, China, 2Jiangsu LiCi Medical Device Co. Ltd, LianYunGang, China, 3ITEE, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 4The Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO, Brisbane, Australia, 5School of Human Movement & Nutrition Science, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Standing weight-bearing MR images of the knee joint in full extension and at various flexion angles (~15°, 30°) were acquired using 2D and 3D sequences on a newly developed open 0.25T extremity MRI system. 3D FLASH images were used to calculate measures of patella positioning used in previous clinical investigations as well as to produce MRI-based 3D bone models. The use of MRI and 3D modeling for topographical analyses of the bones and soft-tissues of the knee joint have the potential to provide more detailed assessment of pathoanatomical conditions involving structures such as the patella tendon and the menisci.

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