Musculoskeletal MR Imaging

Hall C
Tuesday: 13:30 – 15:30

2098.  In-Vivo Index Finger Moment Arms and Tendon Lines of Action from High-Resolution MRI, N.K. Fowler, A.C. Nicol, B. Condon and D. Hadley, University of Strathclyde and Southern General Hospital, Glasgow, UK.
2099.   In-vivo Stress-Strain Dynamics of Flexor-Extensor Units of the Human Ankle During an Isometric Contraction Using Phase Contrast MRI, S. Sinha, A. Lai and V.R. Edgerton, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
2100.   Functional Skeletal Muscle Imaging Using RF Tagging and Isometric Exercise, E.G. Walsh, B.R. Newcomer, K. Landers, N. Davis and G.M. Pohost, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL, USA.
2101.   Functional Joint Imaging: A New Technique Integrating MRI and Biomotion Studies, P. Lang, G. Alexander and T.P. Andriacchi, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
2102.   Knee Joint Meniscus Fibril Architecture Determined by Diffusion Tensor Microscopy, E.W. Hsu, T.P. Vail, F. Guilak and L.A. Setton, Duke University and Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA.
2103.   The Importance of Timing of Post-Contrast MRI in Rheumatoid Arthritis- A Study of
MRI-Determined Synovial Membrane Volumes and Joint Fluid Enhancement During the First
60 Minutes After Intravenous Gadolinium-DTPA,
M. Østergaard and M. Klarlund, Hvidovre Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
2104.   Evaluation of Erosions, Synovitis and Effusions in Wrist and Finger Joints in Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Comparison of High Resolution Ultrasonography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Conventional Radiography, M. Szkudlarek, M. Østergaard, M. Court-Payen, K.E. Jensen, M. Klarlund, T. Klausen, I. Lorenzen and C. Strandberg, University of Copenhagen Hvidovre and Herlev Hospitals, Copenhagen, Denmark.
2105.   Oral Creatine Supplementation Facilitates Rehabilitation of Muscle Disease Atrophy, P. Van Hecke, P. Hespel, B. Op't Eijnde, E. Richter, P. Greenhaff, V. Labarque, S. Dymarkowski and M. Van Leemputte, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Queens Medical Centre, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK.
2106.   H-1 Double Quantum Filtered NMR Imaging Can Depict Maturation and Ordering of Collagen Fibers in Regenerating Tendon, K. Ikoma, Y. Kusaka, Y. Seo, H. Takamiya, Y. Hirasawa and T. Morimoto, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan.
2107.   Quantitative Correlation of Contrast Enhanced and T2-Weighted MRI of Electroporation Injury, J. Hannig, G.S. Karczmar, D. Zhang, M. Zamora, G.S. Abramov, D.A. Kovar and R.C. Lee, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA.
2108.   Intracellular Acidification and Volume Increases Explain ¹H T2 Increases During Exercise, B.M. Damon, C.D. Gregory, K.L. Hall, H.J. Stark and M.J. Dawson, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, USA.
2109.   Effects of Temperature on Multi-Component T2 Relaxation of In Vivo Skeletal Muscle, C.L. Devine, G. Saab and R.T. Thompson, St. Joseph's Health Care Center, London, Ontario, Canada.
2110.   Orthogonal Fusion: Improving Resolution for Multispectral Segmentation of Musculoskeletal Structures, J. Tamez-Pena, K. Parker, E. Kwok, G. Suk Seo and S.M.S. Totterman, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY, USA.

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