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Burda B, Steidle-Kloc E, Dannhauer T, Wirth W, Ruhdorfer A, Eckstein F

Variance in infra-patellar fat pad volume: Does the body mass index matter?-Data from osteoarthritis initiative participants without symptoms or signs of knee disease.

Annals of Anatomy 213:19-24 (2017)

Kemnitz J, Eckstein F, Culvenor AG, Ruhdorfer A, Dannhauer T, Ring-Dimitriou S, Sänger AM, Wirth W

Validation of an active shape model-based semi-automated segmentation algorithm for the analysis of thigh muscle and adipose tissuecross-sectional areas.

MAGMA [Epub ahead of print]

Pogacnik Murillo AL, Eckstein F, Wirth W, Beavers D, Loeser RF, Nicklas BJ, Mihalko SL, Miller GD, Hunter DJ, Messier SP
Impact of diet and/or exercise intervention on infrapatellar fat pad morphology: secondary analysis from the intensive diet and exercise for Arthritis (IDEA) Trial.
Cells Tissues Organs 203(4):258-266 (2017) 

Ruhdorfer A, Haniel F, Petersohn T, Dörrenberg J, Wirth W, Dannhauer T, Hunter DJ, Eckstein F
Between-group differences in infra-patellar fat pad size and signal in symptomatic and radiographic progression of knee osteoarthritis vs non-progressive controls and healthy knees - data from the FNIH Biomarkers Consortium Study and the Osteoarthritis Initiative.
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 25(7):1114-1121 (2017) 

Culvenor AG, Boeth H, Diederichs G, Wirth W, Duda G, Eckstein F
Longitudinal bone, muscle and adipose tissue changes in physically active subjects - sex differences during adolescence and maturity.
Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions 16(3): 237-246 (2016)

Steidle-Kloc E, Wirth W, Ruhdorfer A, Dannhauer T, Eckstein F
Intra- and inter-observer reliability of quantitative analysis of the infra-patellar fat pad and comparison between fat- and non-fat-suppressed imaging-Data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative.
Annals of Anatomy 204:29-35 (2016)

Ruhdorfer A, Wirth W, Dannhauer T, Eckstein F
Longitudinal (4 year) change of thigh muscle and adipose tissue distribution in chronically painful vs painless knees - data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative.
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 23: 1348-1356 (2015)

Dannhauer T, Ruhdorfer A, Wirth W, Eckstein F
Quantitative relationship of thigh adipose tissue with pain, radiographic status, and progression of knee osteoarthritis: longitudinal findings from the Osteoarthritis Initiative.
Investigative Radiology 50:268-274 (2015)

Diepold J, Ruhdorfer A, Dannhauer T, Wirth W, Steidle E, Eckstein F
Sex-differences of the healthy infra-patellar (Hoffa) fat pad in relation to intermuscular and subcutaneous fat content - Data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative
Annals of Anatomy 200:30-36 (2015)

Ruhdorfer A, Dannhauer T, Wirth W, Cotofana S, Roemer F, Nevitt M, Eckstein F, for the OAI investigators
Thigh muscle cross-sectional areas and strength in knees with early vs knees without radiographic knee osteoarthritis: a between-knee, within-person comparison.
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 22:1634-1638 (2014)

Sattler M, Dannhauer T, Ring-Dimitriou S, Sänger AM, Wirth W, Hudelmaier M, Eckstein F
Relative distribution of quadriceps head anatomical cross-sectional areas and volumes - sensitivity to pain and to training intervention.
Annals of Anatomy 196:464-470 (2014) 

Ruhdorfer A, Wirth W, Hitzl W, Nevitt M, Eckstein F; for the OAI investigators
Thigh muscle strength is associated with knee symptoms but not with radiographic disease stage of osteoarthritis - data from the Osteoarthritis  Initiative.
Arthritis Care and Research (Hoboken) 66:1344-1353 (2014)

Dannhauer T, Sattler M, Wirth W, Hunter DJ, Kwoh CK, Eckstein F

Longitudinal sensitivity to change of MRI-based muscle cross-sectional area versus isometric strength analysis in osteoarthritic knees with and without structural progression: pilot data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative.

Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine 27:339-347 (2014)

Eckstein F, Hitzl W, Duryea J, Kent Kwoh C, Wirth W; OAI investigators

Baseline and longitudinal change in isometric muscle strength prior to radiographic progression in osteoarthritic and pre-osteoarthritic knees ? data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative.

Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 21:682-690 (2013)

Ruhdorfer A, Dannhauer T, Wirth W, Hitzl W, Kwoh CK, Guermazi A, Hunter DJ, Benichou O, Eckstein F

Thigh muscle cross-sectional areas and strength in advanced versus early painful osteoarthritis-An exploratory between-knee, within-person comparison in osteoarthritis initiative participants.

Arthritis Care and Research 65:1034-1042 (2013)

Sattler M, Dannhauer T, Hudelmaier M, Wirth W, Sänger AM, Kwoh CK, Hunter DJ, Eckstein F

Side differences of thigh muscle cross-sectional areas and maximal isometric muscle force in bilateral knees with the same radiographic disease stage, but unilateral frequent pain - Data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative.
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 20:532-540 (2012)

Hudelmaier M, Wirth W, Himmer M, Ring-Dimitriou S, Sänger A, Eckstein F
Effect of exercise intervention on thigh muscle volume and anatomical cross-sectional areas-Quantitative assessment using MRI.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 64:1713-1720 (2010)

Cotofana S, Hudelmaier M, Wirth W, Himmer M, Ring-Dimitriou S, Sänger AM, Eckstein F
Correlation between single-slice muscle anatomical cross-sectional area and muscle volume in thigh extensors, flexors and adductors of perimenopausal women.
European Journal of Applied Physiology 110:91-79 (2010)

Gratzke C, Hudelmaier M, Hitzl W, Glaser C, Eckstein F
Knee cartilage morphologic characteristics and muscle status of professional weight lifters and sprinters: a magnetic resonance imaging study.
American Journal of Sports Medicine 35:1346-1353 (2007)

Hudelmaier M, Glaser C, Hausschild A, Burgkart R, Eckstein F
Effects of joint unloading and reloading on human cartilage morphology and function, muscle cross-sectional areas, and bone density ? a quantitative case report.
Journal of Musculoskeletal Neuronal Interaction: 6: 284-290 (2006)

Hudelmaier M, Glaser C, Hohe J, Englmeier KH, Reiser M, Putz R, Eckstein F
Correlation of knee joint cartilage morphology with muscle cross-sectional areas versus anthropometric variables.
Anatomical Record 270: 175-184 (2003)

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