Integration of high-speed dynamic x-ray imaging and patient-specific computational modelling for non-invasive assessment of knee-joint function
Grant number: DP120101973 | Funding period: 2012 - 2016
The project will establish a new capability for the prevention and treatment of osteoarthritis (joint disease) that will place Australia at the forefront of biomedical engineering research internationally. The ability to integrate high-speed, mobile, x-ray imaging of joint motion with patient-specific computer modelling is unique globally.
Related publications (8)
Six-Degree-of-Freedom Tibiofemoral and Patellofemoral Joint Motion During Activities of Daily Living.
Lucas Thomeer, Shanyuanye Guan, Hans Gray, Anthony Schache, Richard de Steiger, Marcus Pandy
The purpose of this study was to measure the three-dimensional movements of the femur, tibia and patella in healthy young people d..
Direct Validation of Human Knee-joint Contact Mechanics Derived From Subject-specific Finite-element Models of the Tibiofemoral and Patellofemoral Joints.
Wei Gu, Marcus Pandy
The primary aim of this study was to validate predictions of human knee-joint contact mechanics derived from finite-element models..