Review 'This volume brings together 28 contributing authors who are experts in kinesiological and magnetic resonance image (MRI) scanningThe text is well-writtenAn excellent, cross-referenced index is also providedwhat sets this book apart from other texts on MRI analysis is its focus on dynamic, and therefore functional, analysis compared with the traditional 'static' approach.' - Physical Therapy, March 2002 'the editors are to be commended for a fine compilation of research in this important and evolving field of study. This book will stimulate future applications of MRI in the study of biomechanics and kinesiology and will provide the clinical radiologist with a greater appreciation of the role of abnormal biomechanics in joint disease.' - Timothy Mosher, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania 'This is the first and most complete effort to describe joint mechanics in a clinically relevant way. The information should be useful to all radiologists who do musculoskeletal imaging, whether or not they do MR work. The references are comprehensive. This work is unique in our field 3 Stars.' - Doody Publishing Read more
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