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Diagnosis of Bone and Joint Disorders
Volume I: Radiography and Related Diagnostic Techniques in the Evaluation of Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Diseases. Imaging of the Postoperative Patient . Volume II: Basic Sciences of MusculoskeletalExpand
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Radiographic and pathologic features of spinal involvement in diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH).
The vertebral involvement of DISH is described from an evaluation of 215 cadaveric spines and 100 patients with the disease. Radiographic features include linear new bone formation along theExpand
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Abnormalities of articular cartilage in the knee: analysis of available MR techniques.
In an attempt to improve the detection of chondral abnormalities with magnetic resonance imaging, a fat-suppressed three-dimensional gradient-recalled acquisition in the steady state (GRASS) andExpand
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The SAPHO syndrome: an evolving concept for unifying several idiopathic disorders of bone and skin.
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Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH): Forestier's disease with extraspinal manifestations.
The extraspinal manifestations of Forestier's disease are described in 21 consecutive cases; diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) is suggested as a more appropriate description of thisExpand
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Pathogenesis of the Segond fracture: anatomic and MR imaging evidence of an iliotibial tract or anterior oblique band avulsion.
PURPOSE To demonstrate the normal anatomy of the stabilizing structures of the lateral aspect of the knee and to investigate pathogenesis of the Segond fracture, with emphasis on the iliotibial tractExpand
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Bone and Joint Imaging
A synopsis of Resnick & Niwayama: {f49}Diagnosis of Bone and Joint Disorders{f47}, this resource is both practical and informative. Offers proven approaches to musculoskeletal imaging by emphasizingExpand
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Internal derangements of joints
Part I Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Techniques and Protocols 1. Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Technical Considerations 2. Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Typical Protocols Part II Synovial Joints: GeneralExpand
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Rotator cuff disease: assessment with MR arthrography versus standard MR imaging in 36 patients with arthroscopic confirmation.
Standard proton-density- and T2-weighted magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and MR arthrography were used to depict rotator cuff disease in 36 shoulders in 36 patients; the findings were compared withExpand
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Pulley system in the fingers: normal anatomy and simulated lesions in cadavers at MR imaging, CT, and US with and without contrast material distention of the tendon sheath.
PURPOSE To describe the normal anatomy of the finger flexor tendon pulley system, with anatomic correlation, and to define criteria to diagnose pulley abnormalities with different imaging modalities.Expand
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