His primary scientific interests are in Osteoarthritis, Magnetic resonance imaging, Surgery, Radiology and Cartilage. Frank W. Roemer combines subjects such as Prospective cohort study, Synovitis, Knee Joint and Radiography with his study of Osteoarthritis. His research in Magnetic resonance imaging intersects with topics in Body mass index, Meniscus, Tibia and Physical therapy.
His research integrates issues of Odds ratio, Cohort study, Internal medicine, Severity of illness and Risk factor in his study of Surgery. Frank W. Roemer has researched Radiology in several fields, including Differential diagnosis, Lesion and Bone marrow. His Cartilage research integrates issues from Mr imaging and Coronal plane.
Frank W. Roemer focuses on Osteoarthritis, Magnetic resonance imaging, Cartilage, Radiology and Radiography. His Osteoarthritis research includes elements of Synovitis, Surgery, Knee Joint, Nuclear medicine and Physical therapy. The various areas that Frank W. Roemer examines in his Physical therapy study include Anterior cruciate ligament and Clinical trial.
His Magnetic resonance imaging study which covers Meniscus that intersects with Medial meniscus. His work carried out in the field of Cartilage brings together such families of science as Orthodontics, Femur, Tibia and Bone marrow. The Radiology study combines topics in areas such as Lesion and Orthopedic surgery.
His main research concerns Osteoarthritis, Magnetic resonance imaging, Cartilage, Radiography and Nuclear medicine. His Osteoarthritis study combines topics in areas such as Body mass index, Internal medicine, Cohort, Confidence interval and Meniscus. His research on Magnetic resonance imaging concerns the broader Radiology.
When carried out as part of a general Radiology research project, his work on Ultrasound is frequently linked to work in Neuroradiology, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His work deals with themes such as Joint space narrowing, T2 relaxometry, Pathology, Orthodontics and Cartilage damage, which intersect with Cartilage. His research investigates the connection with Radiography and areas like Disease severity which intersect with concerns in Kellgren lawrence.
Frank W. Roemer mainly investigates Osteoarthritis, Magnetic resonance imaging, Radiography, Confidence interval and Cartilage. His Osteoarthritis research incorporates themes from Body mass index, Internal medicine, Clinical trial, Intensive care medicine and Meniscus. In his research on the topic of Meniscus, Knee Joint is strongly related with Orthopedic surgery.
His Magnetic resonance imaging research is included under the broader classification of Radiology. In Radiography, Frank W. Roemer works on issues like Nuclear medicine, which are connected to Kellgren lawrence grade, Joint space narrowing, Computed tomography, Pet mr imaging and Cartilaginous Tissue. Frank W. Roemer focuses mostly in the field of Cartilage, narrowing it down to matters related to Risk factor and, in some cases, Patella.
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Evolution of semi-quantitative whole joint assessment of knee OA: MOAKS (MRI Osteoarthritis Knee Score)
David J Hunter;Ali Guermazi;Grace H Lo;Grace H Lo;Andrew J Grainger.
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage (2011)
Articular Cartilage in the Knee: Current MR Imaging Techniques and Applications in Clinical Practice and Research
Michel D. Crema;Frank W. Roemer;Frank W. Roemer;Monica D. Marra;Deborah Burstein.
Prevalence of abnormalities in knees detected by MRI in adults without knee osteoarthritis: population based observational study (Framingham Osteoarthritis Study)
Ali Guermazi;Jingbo Niu;Daichi Hayashi;Frank W Roemer;Frank W Roemer.
Correlation of the development of knee pain with enlarging bone marrow lesions on magnetic resonance imaging
David T. Felson;Jingbo Niu;Ali Guermazi;Frank Roemer.
Arthritis & Rheumatism (2007)
Meniscal Tear in Knees Without Surgery and the Development of Radiographic Osteoarthritis Among Middle-Aged and Elderly Persons: The Multicenter Osteoarthritis Study
Martin Englund;Ali Guermazi;Frank W. Roemer;Frank W. Roemer;Piran Aliabadi.
Arthritis & Rheumatism (2009)
Presence of MRI-detected joint effusion and synovitis increases the risk of cartilage loss in knees without osteoarthritis at 30-month follow-up: the MOST study
Frank W Roemer;Ali Guermazi;David T Felson;Jingbo Niu.
Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases (2011)
Meniscus pathology, osteoarthritis and the treatment controversy
Martin Englund;Frank W. Roemer;Daichi Hayashi;Michel D. Crema.
Nature Reviews Rheumatology (2012)
Fluctuation of knee pain and changes in bone marrow lesions, effusions, and synovitis on magnetic resonance imaging
Yuqing Zhang;Michael Nevitt;Jingbo Niu;Cora Lewis.
Arthritis & Rheumatism (2011)
Change in MRI-detected subchondral bone marrow lesions is associated with cartilage loss: the MOST Study. A longitudinal multicentre study of knee osteoarthritis
F W Roemer;A Guermazi;M K Javaid;J A Lynch.
Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases (2009)
Valgus malalignment is a risk factor for lateral knee osteoarthritis incidence and progression: Findings from the multicenter osteoarthritis study and the osteoarthritis initiative
David T. Felson;David T. Felson;Jingbo Niu;K. Douglas Gross;K. Douglas Gross;Martin Englund;Martin Englund.
Arthritis & Rheumatism (2013)
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