QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ARTICULAR-CARTILAGE ROUGHNESS

JM ARDILL, NJ BARTON, George Kernohan, RAB MOLLAN

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Articular cartilage is the bearing surface within human joints and as such is a subject of much interest among orthopaedic specialists. Diseases such as osteoarthritis are characterized by a deterioration in the cartilage surface and thus early detection and quantification of surface changes would be advantageous in the study and treatment of such disorders. Differential light scattering was studied as a technique for measuring the roughness of articular cartilage with the aim of developing a minimally invasive measurement method for use in-vivo. The method was established using a range of metal rough surfaces and cartilage surfaces. The results were correlated with stylus measurements. Samples were illuminated, using a helium-neon laser, at an incident angle of 45 degree(s) and the intensity of scattered light measured every 0.5 degree(s) over a 25 degree(s) range. For the cartilage surfaces the best correlation existed between optical parameters, based on a one dimensional moment of light intensity, and the roughness, calculated at a sampling length of 0.1 mm, the accuracy being 67%. The method was sensitive to surface changes during specimen preparation for SEM and was quick and easily interpreted. Differential light scattering is therefore a viable method of measuring the surface quality of articular cartilage
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
EditorsHalina Podbielska, A Katzir
PublisherSPIE
Pages22-31
Number of pages10
Volume1889
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1993
EventPROCEEDINGS OF HOLOGRAPHY, INTERFEROMETRY, AND OPTICAL PATTERN RECOGNITION IN BIOMEDICINE III - Los Angeles, CA, USA
Duration: 1 Jan 1993 → …
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PublisherSPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering

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cartilage
roughness
light scattering
helium-neon lasers
orthopedics
deterioration
luminous intensity
metal surfaces
sampling
disorders
moments
preparation
scanning electron microscopy

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ARDILL, JM., BARTON, NJ., Kernohan, G., & MOLLAN, RAB. (1993). QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ARTICULAR-CARTILAGE ROUGHNESS. In H. Podbielska, & A. Katzir (Eds.), Unknown Host Publication (Vol. 1889, pp. 22-31). (PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS (SPIE)). SPIE. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.155722
ARDILL, JM ; BARTON, NJ ; Kernohan, George ; MOLLAN, RAB. / QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ARTICULAR-CARTILAGE ROUGHNESS. Unknown Host Publication. editor / Halina Podbielska ; A Katzir. Vol. 1889 SPIE, 1993. pp. 22-31 (PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS (SPIE)).
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ARDILL, JM, BARTON, NJ, Kernohan, G & MOLLAN, RAB 1993, QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ARTICULAR-CARTILAGE ROUGHNESS. in H Podbielska & A Katzir (eds), Unknown Host Publication. vol. 1889, PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS (SPIE), SPIE, pp. 22-31, PROCEEDINGS OF HOLOGRAPHY, INTERFEROMETRY, AND OPTICAL PATTERN RECOGNITION IN BIOMEDICINE III, 1/01/93. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.155722

QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ARTICULAR-CARTILAGE ROUGHNESS. / ARDILL, JM; BARTON, NJ; Kernohan, George; MOLLAN, RAB.

Unknown Host Publication. ed. / Halina Podbielska; A Katzir. Vol. 1889 SPIE, 1993. p. 22-31 (PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS (SPIE)).

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ARDILL JM, BARTON NJ, Kernohan G, MOLLAN RAB. QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ARTICULAR-CARTILAGE ROUGHNESS. In Podbielska H, Katzir A, editors, Unknown Host Publication. Vol. 1889. SPIE. 1993. p. 22-31. (PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS (SPIE)). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.155722