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Abstract #1409

Zero Echo Time (ZTE) MRI-Based 3D Collision Modeling of Femoroacetabular Impingement

Ryan E Breighner1, Emily Davidson1, and Hollis G Potter1
1Radiology and Imaging, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY, United States


To simultaneously improve assessment of patholomorphologies of the hip and reduce the reliance on CT imaging, this study sought to utilize Zero Echo Time (ZTE) MRI to create patient-specific 3D models of the hip and perform in silico kinematic collision simulations to quantify hip range of motion in a cohort of patients with radiologic signs of FAI and hip dysplasia. Range of motion assessments indicate that patients' simulated ranges of motion comport with their radiologically diagnosed conditions.

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