3D wrist bones in motion

New, fast MRI and computed tomography scanning techniques allow researchers to study live wrist bones in motion for the first time. This National Science Foundation-funded work at the University of California, Davis, could potentially help people suffering from wrist pain and disorders like osteoarthritis and carpal-tunnel syndrome.

Provided by National Science Foundation

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