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"The Relationship of Three-Dimensional Joint Space Width Measured on Standing Computed Tomography with Concurrent Pain and Physical Function in the MOST Study"
Dr. Neil Segal, M.D. et al
Director of Clinical Research
University of Kansas Medical Center
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Visit the blog post below to view more information on a case study Dr. Segal conducted for Joint Space Width in the Knee.
Under the current standard of care, joint space width (JSW) measured on Weight Bearing radiographs suffers from poor sensitivity to detection of knee osteoarthritis (OA). It also does a poor job of tracking symptom progression. 2D radiographic JSW is limited by dependence on X-Ray beam alignment with the medial tibial plateau as well as temporal and spatial heterogeneity of structural progression of knee osteoarthritis...