New technique uses ultrasound to zero in on joint dynamics

09/24/2013 | MedGadget.com

Researchers at George Mason University have combined vector tissue Doppler imaging with camera recordings in an effort to visualize joints in motion. The new technique offers insights into joint biomechanics as the camera records a patient while the attached Doppler ultrasound probe captures movements as the patient does a series of tasks.

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