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Forschungsdatenbank PMU-SQQUID

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Universitätsinstitut für Anatomie und Zellbiologie

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29 Publikationen

2023

Beiträge in Fachzeitschriften

Worsening of Articular Tissue Damage as Defined by Semi-Quantitative MRI Is Associated With Concurrent Quantitative Cartilage Loss Over 24 Months.
Roemer, F; Maschek, S; Wisser, A; Guermazi, A; Hunter, D; Eckstein, F; Wirth, W;
Cartilage. 2023; 19476035221147677
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2022

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Local MRI-based measures of thigh adipose tissue derived from fully automated deep convolutional neural network-based segmentation show a comparable responsiveness to bidirectional change in body weight as from quality controlled manual segmentation.
Kemnitz, J; Steidle-Kloc, E; Wirth, W; Fuerst, D; Wisser, A; Eder, SK; Eckstein, F;
Ann Anat. 2022; 240: 151866
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Structural tissue damage and 24-month progression of semi-quantitative MRI biomarkers of knee osteoarthritis in the IMI-APPROACH cohort.
Roemer, FW; Jansen, M; Marijnissen, ACA; Guermazi, A; Heiss, R; Maschek, S; Lalande, A; Blanco, FJ; Berenbaum, F; van de Stadt, LA; Kloppenburg, M; Haugen, IK; Ladel, CH; Bacardit, J; Wisser, A; Eckstein, F; Lafeber, FPJG; Weinans, HH; Wirth, W;
BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2022; 23(1): 988
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Quantitative measurement of cartilage morphology in osteoarthritis: current knowledge and future directions.
Wirth, W; Ladel, C; Maschek, S; Wisser, A; Eckstein, F; Roemer, F;
Skeletal Radiol. 2022;
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Test-retest precision and longitudinal cartilage thickness loss in the IMI-APPROACH cohort.
Wirth, W; Maschek, S; Marijnissen, ACA; Lalande, A; Blanco, FJ; Berenbaum, F; van de Stadt, LA; Kloppenburg, M; Haugen, IK; Ladel, CH; Bacardit, J; Wisser, A; Eckstein, F; Roemer, FW; Lafeber, FPJG; Weinans, HH; Jansen, M;
Osteoarthritis Cartilage. 2022;
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MRI-based semi-quantitative grading allows to specifically select knees with subsequent cartilage thickness loss.
Wirth, W; Maschek, S; Wisser, A; Guermazi, A; Hunter, DJ; Kwoh, CK; Nevitt, MC; Eckstein, F; Roemer, FW;
Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken). 2022;
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PREDICTORS OF LONGITUDINAL MRI-BASED CARTILAGE THICKNESS CHANGE IN THE OBSERVATIONAL MULTICENTER APPROACH COHORT
Maschek, S; Roemer, FW; Marijnissen, AC; Jansen, M; Wisser, A; Lafeber, F; Lalande, A; Weinans, HH; Blanco, FJ; Berenbaum, F; van de Stadt, LA; Kloppenburg, M; Haugen, IK; Ladel, CH; Bacardit, J; Eckstein, F; Wirth, W
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2022; 30: S46-S47.
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DO AUTOMATED, U-NET-BASED CARTILAGE SEGMENTATIONS FROM MRI BENEFIT FROM MANUAL QUALITY CONTROL AND CORRECTION? DATA FROM THE IMI-APPROACH PROJECT
Maschek, S; Wisser, A; Jansen, M; Marijnissen, AC; Lafeber, F; Lalande, A; Weinans, H; Blanco, FJ Berenbaum, F; Kloppenburg, M; Haugen, IK; Ladel, CH; Roemer, FW; Eckstein, F; Wirth, W;
Osteoarthritis Imaging. 2022; 2(Supplement 1):100016--16th International Workshop on Osteoarthritis Imaging; 06.-08.07.2022; Tokyo.
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MRI-ASSESSED INCREASE IN GRADE AND EXTENT OF SUBREGIONAL INVOLVEMENT OF MENISCAL DAMAGE AND BONE MARROW LESIONS DEFINED SEMI-QUANTITATIVELY ARE ASSOCIATED WITH CONCURRENT QUANTITATIVELY-DEFINED CARTILAGE THICKNESS LOSS: THE FNIH BIOMARKERS CONSORTIUM STUDY
Roemer, F; Maschek, S; Wisser, A; Guermazi, A; Hunter, D; Eckstein, F; Wirth, W
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2022; 30: S263-S264.
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RELEVANCE OF WITHIN-GRADE CARTILAGE ASSESSMENT USING THE MOAKS SCORING INSTRUMENT AND CORRESPONDING QUANTITATIVE CARTILAGE THICKNESS LOSS: DATA FROM THE OAI FNIH BIOMARKERS CONSORTIUM STUDY
Roemer, F; Maschek, S; Wisser, A; Guermazi, A; Hunter, D; Wirth, W
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2022; 30: S267-S268.
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NON-CARTILAGINOUS STRUCTURAL JOINT DAMAGE AS ASSESSED BY MRI INCREASES RATES OF QUANTITATIVE MRI-DETECTED CARTILAGE THICKNESS LOSS OVER 24 MONTHS: THE APPROACH STUDY
Roemer, F; Wisser, A; Maschek, S; Guermazi, A; Eckstein, F; Marijnissen, AK; Jansen, M; Lafeber, F; Lalande, A; Weinans, H; Blanco, F; Berenbaum, F; Kloppenburg, M; Haugen, IK; Wirth, W
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2022; 30: S266-S267.
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MENISCAL DAMAGE AND BONE MARROW LESIONS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH CONCURRENT QUANTITATIVELY DEFINED CARTILAGE THICKNESS LOSS OVER TWO YEARS: THE FNIH BIOMARKERS CONSORTIUM STUDY
Roemer, FW; Maschek, S; Wisser, W; Guermazi, A; Hunter, DJ; Eckstein, F; Wirth, W;
Osteoarthritis Imaging. 2022; 2(Supplement 1):100056--16th International Workshop on Osteoarthritis Imaging; 06.-08.07.2022; Tokyo.
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FULL‐GRADE AND WITHIN-GRADE CARTILAGE CHANGE OVER TWO YEARS AS ASSESSED USING THE MOAKS SCORING INSTRUMENT AND CONCURRENT QUANTITATIVE CARTILAGE THICKNESS LOSS: DATA FROM THE OAI FNIH BIOMARKERS CONSORTIUM STUDY
Roemer, FW; Maschek, S; Wisser,A; Guermazi, A; Hunter, DJ; Wirth, W;
Osteoarthritis Imaging. 2022; 2(Supplement 1):100050--16th International Workshop on Osteoarthritis Imaging; 06.-08.07.2022; Tokyo.
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NON-CHONDRAL MULTI-TISSUE PATHOLOGY AS ASSESSED BY MRI INCREASES RATES OF QUANTITATIVE MRI-DEFINED CARTILAGE THICKNESS LOSS OVER 24 MONTHS: THE APPROACH STUDY
Roemer; FW; Wisser, A; Maschek, S; Guermazi, A; Eckstein, F; Marijnissen, A; Jansen, M; Lafeber, F; Lalande, A; Weinans, H; Blanco, FJ; Berenbaum, F; Kloppenburg, M; Haugen, IK; Ladel, C; Heiss, R; Bacardit, J; Vande Stadt, LA; Wirth, W;
Osteoarthritis Imaging. 2022; 2(Supplement 1):100031--16th International Workshop on Osteoarthritis Imaging; 06.-08.07.2022; Tokyo.
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MULTI‐TISSUE ASSESSMENT AND 24‐MONTH PROGRESSION OF SEMI‐QUANTITATIVE MRI BIOMARKERS OF KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS IN THE IMI‐APPROACH COHORT
Roemer, FW; Wisser, A; Maschek, S; Guermazi, A; Eckstein, F; Marijnissen, AC; Jansen, MP; Lafeber, FP; Lalande, A; Weinans, H; Blanco, FJ; Berenbaum, F; Kloppenburg, M; Haugen, IK; , C; Ladel; Heiss, R; Bacardit, J; Vande Stadt, LA; Wirth, W;
Osteoarthritis Imaging. 2022; 2(Supplement 1):100045--16th International Workshop on Osteoarthritis Imaging; 06.-08.07.2022; Tokyo.
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MRI-BASED SEMI-QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT ALLOWS TARGETED SELECTION OF KNEES WITH ACCELERATED QUANTITATIVE CARTILAGE THICKNESS LOSS: DATA FROM THE OAI FNIH BIOMARKER CONSORTIUM
Wirth, W; Maschek, S; Wisser, A; Guermazi, A; Hunter, DJ; Eckstein, F; Roemer, FW
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2022; 30: S264-S265.
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PREDICTORS OF LONGITUDINAL MRI-BASED CARTILAGE THICKNESS CHANGE IN THE OBSERVATIONAL MULTICENTER APPROACH COHORT
Wirth, W; Wisser, A; Maschek, S; Marijnissen, AC; Lafeber, FP; Lalande, A; Weinans, H; Blanco, FJ; Berenbaum, F; Kloppenburg, M; van de Stadt, LA; Haugen, IK; Ladel, CH; Bacardit, J; Roemer, FW; Eckstein, F; Jansen, MP;
Osteoarthritis Imaging. 2022; 2(Supplement 1):100020--16th International Workshop on Osteoarthritis Imaging; 06.-08.07.2022; Tokyo.
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AGREEMENT AND SENSITIVITY TO BETWEEN-GROUP DIFFERENCES OF U-NET-BASED, AUTOMATED CARTILAGE T2 ANALYSES FROM MULTI-ECHO SPIN ECHO MRI - DATA FROM THE OA-BIO PROJECT
Wirth, W; Wisser, A; Roemer, FW; Berenbaum, F; Eckstein, F; Maschek, S
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2022; 30: S82-S84.
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ASSOCIATION OF SEMIQUANTITATIVE MRI-BASED MEASURES OF KNEE CARTILAGE WITH INCREASED CARTILAGE LOSS IN KNEES AT ELEVATED RISK OF DEVELOPING OSTEOARTHRITIS - DATA FROM THE OSTEOARTHRITIS INITIATIVE
Wisser, A; Roemer, F; Maschek, S; Eckstein, F; Guermazi, A; Wirth, W
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2022; 30: S272-S274.
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AGREEMENT AND SENSITIVITY TO BETWEEN-GROUP DIFFERENCES OF U-NET-BASED, AUTOMATED CARTILAGE T2 ANALYSES - DATA FROM THE OA-BIO PROJECT
Wisser, A; Roemer, FW; Berenbaum, F; Eckstein, F; Maschek, S; Wirth, W;
Osteoarthritis Imaging. 2022; 2(Supplement 1):100015--16th International Workshop on Osteoarthritis Imaging; 06.-08.07.2022; Tokyo.
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2021

Beiträge in Fachzeitschriften

Longitudinal Change in Knee Cartilage Thickness and Function in Subjects with and without MRI-Diagnosed Cartilage Damage.
Wisser, A; Lapper, A; Roemer, F; Fuerst, D; Maschek, S; Wirth, W; Duda, GN; Eckstein, F;
Cartilage. 2021; 13(1_suppl):685S-693S
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TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY AND SMALLEST DETECTABLE CHANGE (SDC) OF MRI-BASED CARTILAGE THICKNESS ANALYSIS IN A LARGE MULTICENTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL OF KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
Eckstein, F; Bernard, K; Deckx, H; Imbert, O; Lalande, A; Wisser, A; Maschek, S; Wirth, W
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2021; 29: S327-S328.
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EFFECT OF TRAINING SET SAMPLE SIZE ON THE AGREEMENT, ACCURACY, AND SENSITIVITY TO CHANGE OF AUTOMATED U-NET-BASED CARTILAGE THICKNESS ANALYSIS
Eckstein, F; Chaudhari, A; Baumgartner, CF; Konukoglu, E; Wisser, A; Furst, D; Wirth, W
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2021; 29: S326-S327.
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3D CONTOUR REGISTRATION REVEALS THAT LOCATION-INDEPENDENT CARTILAGE THICKNESS SCORES AND REGIONAL PATTERNS DIFFER BETWEEN EARLY AND LATE FOLLOW-UP PERIODS AFTER ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (ACL) RUPTURE
Furst, D; Wirth, W; Wisser, A; Gaisberger, M; Frobell, R; Lohmander, S; Eckstein, F
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2021; 29: S316-S317.
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A DEEP-LEARNING-BASED TECHNIQUE FOR THE QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF FEMOROTIBIAL OSTEOPHYTE AND BONE VOLUMES -DATA FROM THE OSTEOARTHRITIS INITIATIVE
Schachinger, JK; Maschek, S; Wisser, A; Furst, D; Chaudhari, AS; Kemnitz, J; Baumgartner, CF; Konukoglu, E; Eckstein, F; Wirth, W
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2021; 29: S328-S329.
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FULLY AUTOMATED CARTILAGE SEGMENTATION OF LATE STAGE OSTEOARTHRITIS (KLG4) KNEES USING DEEP LEARNING WITH U-NET ARCHITECTURES - MODEL SPECIFICITY IS IMPORTANT
Wisser, A; Wirth, W; Chaudhari, A; Fuerst, D; Baumgartner, C; Konukoglu, E; Eckstein, F
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2021; 29: S319-S320.
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2020

Publizierte (zitierfähige) Beiträge für wissenschaftliche Veranstaltungen

AN INTER-VENDOR STUDY OF SCAN-RESCAN AND LEFT-RIGHT KNEE ASYMMETRY VARIABILITY OF CARTILAGE T2 TRANSVERSE RELAXATION TIME AND MORPHOMETRY ASSESSED SIMULTANEOUSLY USING A SINGLE RAPID 4-MINUTE MRI SCAN
Chaudhari, AS; Lu, Q; Wisser, A; Wirth, W; Gold, GE; Hargreaves, BA; Eckstein, F
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2020; 28: S269-S270.
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CARTILAGE STRUCTURE AND KNEE FUNCTION IN SUBJECTS WITH AND WITHOUT PRESENCE OF MRI-DIAGNOSED CARTILAGE DAMAGE, AND WITHOUT RISK FACTORS OF KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS - A 4-YEAR LONGITUDINAL STUDY USING DATA FROM THE OSTEOARTHRITIS INITIATIVE
Lapper, A; Wisser, A; Roemer, F; Maschek, S; Wirth, W; Duda, G; Eckstein, F
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2020; 28: S284-S285.
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IS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ASSESSED WITH ACCELEROMETERS MORE SENSITIVE TO KNEE PAIN THAN CONVENTIONAL FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE TESTS? - DATA FROM THE OSTEOARTHRITIS INITIATIVE
Wisser, A; Eckstein, F; Wirth, W
OSTEOARTHR CARTILAGE. 2020; 28: S28-S29.
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