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|Title: ||藉由光聲訊號變化分析肌腱以及肌肉之張力;Analyzation of muscle and tendon tension based on the variation of photoacoustic signal|
|Authors: ||張郡方;Chang, Chun-Fang|
|Keywords: ||光聲影像;張力;肌肉;肌腱;photoacoustic imaging;tension;muscle;tendon|
|Issue Date: ||2020-09-02 15:42:51 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||由於運動風氣盛行，必然存在著運動傷害的風險，因運動傷害而受損的人體組織大多為肌腱以及肌肉，若能得知肌肉、肌腱與張力之間的關係，提供數據給醫學上作為診斷的依據，則能更方便做出精準的判斷，而此需求誘發科學家們對人體組織與張力間的好奇，因此建立了許多對人體生物組織的量測方法，使生物力學因此蓬勃發展。雖然近年來對活體量測逐漸重視，但是藉由傳統的量測方式要取得即時資訊並不容易，因此為了解決這方面的限制，更多結合成像系統的量測方法被提出並應用。 |
;Due to the prevalence of sports, there is bound to be a risk of sports injuries. Most human tissues damaged by sports injuries are tendons and muscles. If the relationship between muscles, tendons and tension can be known, providing data for medical diagnosis can be more convenient to make accurate judgments. This demand induces scientists to be curious about the relationship between human tissue and tension. Therefore, many methods for measuring human biological tissue have been established, which has enabled biomechanics to flourish. Although more and more attention has been paid to in vivo measurement in recent years, it is not easy to obtain real-time information through traditional measurement methods. Therefore, in order to solve this limitation, more measurement methods combined with imaging systems have been proposed and applied.
Compared with traditional tension measurement methods, the photoacoustic imaging system can obtain real-time information of muscle and tendon tissue more quickly. In this experiment, a 1064 nm laser was used as the excitation light source for the photoacoustic signal to scan the two-dimensional photoacoustic signal. First, an electric translation stage was used to apply different tensions to the muscle and tendon tissue to observe the changes in the photoacoustic signal of the muscle and tendon tissue. However, the translation stage can only indicate the elongation when the tension is applied to the sample. In order to find the relationship between the tension and the elongation, this study uses springs to measure the samples separately and obtains the different elongations under the condition of known spring coefficients. Finally, we use the spring measurement result to compare the relationship between the photoacoustic signal change and the tension.
From the changes in the two-dimensional photoacoustic signal, it can be found that when the translation stage continues to stretch the sample, the photoacoustic signal will gradually decrease, and the signal decline after muscle and tendon stretching is not the same. In order to understand the relationship between tension and elongation, we used springs to do multiple measurements. It can be observed that the relationship between tension and elongation presented by the muscle and tendon samples are different. After measuring the experimental results of the spring, we can know the relationship between the photoacoustic signal and tension. We also do curve fitting of the photoacoustic signal, and we can find that the tendon samples are more consistent with the observations in the past literature However, the muscle sample does not meet the trend, and it is speculated here that there may be a difference in sample preparation. Based on the relationship between tension and photoacoustic signals obtained in this study, it will be possible to obtain real-time muscle and tendon tension information through the observation of photoacoustic images in the future.
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