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Figure 2: PFP analysis. (a) Long-axis image at rest. (b) Long-axis image during isometric contraction. (a) or (a') the anteroposterior PFP length. The increase in the anteroposterior length during isometric contraction was expressed as a percentage of the anteroposterior length at rest (Change ratio of the PFP = (a'– a)/a). The echo intensity was measured in the grayscale image. PFP: Prefemoral fat pad

Figure 2: PFP analysis. (a) Long-axis image at rest. (b) Long-axis image during isometric contraction. (a) or (a') the anteroposterior PFP length. The increase in the anteroposterior length during isometric contraction was expressed as a percentage of the anteroposterior length at rest (Change ratio of the PFP = (a'– a)/a). The echo intensity was measured in the grayscale image. PFP: Prefemoral fat pad