publication . Article . 2019

Vibroarthrography, arthrophonography — methods for non-invasive detection of the knee cartilage damage

Alexandr A. Akhpashev; Gleb V. Fursenko; Dmitry V. Skvortsov; Sergey N. Kaurkin;
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  • Published: 06 Nov 2019 Journal: Journal of Clinical Practice, volume 10, pages 72-76 (issn: 2220-3095, eissn: 2618-8627, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: ECO-Vector LLC
Abstract
Phonoarthrography, vibration arthrography are non-invasive methods for assessing the condition of cartilage and the knee joint as a whole based on the sounds made by the joint movement. Acoustic sensors (accelerometers, microphones) are attached to the knee to measure the knee joint noise both in control groups (young adults and elderly subjects) and in patients with knee osteoarthropathies. Different authors propose different methods for attaching sensors, documenting and analyzing the joint sounds. The identified specific features allowed distinguishing between asymptomatic knee joints and those with osteoarthropathies. Acoustic signals were recorded and proce...
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Medical Subject Headings: musculoskeletal diseases
free text keywords: phonoarthrography, vibration arthrography, knee joint, gonarthrosis, osteoarthropathy, Non invasive, Knee cartilage, Radiology, medicine.medical_specialty, medicine, business.industry, business, lcsh:Medicine, lcsh:R
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