A. J. Aradi

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We have studied 50 patients with sickle cell disease who presented with musculoskeletal pain over a 2-year period to assess the use of ultrasound in differentiating infection from infarction. All the patients were evaluated by ultrasound. Five had soft tissue oedema and no fluid collection adjacent to the bone. Forty-five had a subperiosteal fluid(More)
STUDY DESIGN A case report on infectious spondylitis in a child who reported abdominal pain and whose magnetic resonance image revealed anterior herniation of disc space contents. OBJECTIVES To correlate the direction of disc protrusion in infectious spondylitis with clinical manifestations. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Previous studies have correlated(More)
Two parallel radiodense lines are constantly seen on lateral radiographs of the lumbosacral spine. Whether they originate from the pelvis or sacrum is unclear. Using metallic wire markers, we performed a radiographic investigation on bony skeletons to define their origins and anatomical locations. Our study demonstrates that each arises from the sharp,(More)
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