We welcome you to the website of the 8th International RSA Meeting. The conference is hosted by Sint Maartenskliniek in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, and organized by Sint Maartenskliniek, Radboud University and Leiden University Medical Center.

Important Dates

10 April 2023Send in presentations
12 April 2023 (16:00 PM)Social get-together
13 April 2023 (8:00 AM)Conference day 1
13 April 2023 (18:30 PM)Conference dinner
14 April 2023 (8:30 AM)Conference day 2

About Nijmegen

Nijmegen is the oldest city of the Netherlands with a city center full of important historical locations. And it’s not just a rich cultural history that Nijmegen has to offer. A large number of students, numerous events and festivals, unique hot spots and cozy restaurants all add up to an unprecedented liveliness in our city. Just put your feet in the sand at our city beach next to the river Waal, or relax at one of the numerous sidewalk cafes.

What is RSA?

Roentgen Stereogrammetric Analysis (RSA) is a radiographic method used to measure skeletal and implant movements with very high resolution in vivo. The method involves inserting small tantalum markers in the bone during surgery and taking two simultaneous radiographs over a specialised calibration cage which allows three-dimensional movements to be measured. The use of RSA methodology dates back to the early 1970’s and has first been described in the thesis by Göran Selvik.

The method has continued to be developed over time with digital radiographs and software measurements reducing the time taken for analysis. As a result, RSA is now used in a large number of different applications varying from implant fixation and wear over time, measuring bone growth, fracture stability during healing, osteotomy stability, tendon healing and dynamic movements.


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