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Diagnosis of Bone and Joint Disorders
- D. Resnick
- Medicine, Biology
- 1 December 1987
This book discusses Radiography and Related Diagnostic Techniques in the Evaluation of Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Diseases and their applications in Musculoskeletal Diseases.
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 the…
Tumors and tumor like lesions of bone imaging and pathology of specific lesions
Schmorl nodes of the thoracic and lumbar spine: radiographic-pathologic study of prevalence, characterization, and correlation with degenerative changes of 1,650 spinal levels in 100 cadavers.
Geometric observations regarding the vertebral endplates support the concept that Schmorl nodes are caused by an abnormality of the discovertebral junction and are associated with moderate but not advanced degenerative changes.
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 this…
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) and…
The SAPHO syndrome: an evolving concept for unifying several idiopathic disorders of bone and skin.
MR imaging of the infrapatellar fat pad of Hoffa.
- J. Jacobson, L. Lenchik, M. Ruhoy, M. Schweitzer, D. Resnick
- MedicineRadiographics : a review publication of the…
- 1 May 1997
The approach to pathologic processes involving the infrapatellar fat pad of Hoffa is simplified when one is familiar with regional anatomy and possible differential diagnostic considerations.
Plasma Cell Dyscrasia with Polyneuropathy, Organomegaly, Endocrinopathy, M Protein, and Skin Changes: The POEMS Syndrome REPORT ON TWO CASES AND A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
- P. A. Bardwick, N. Zvaifler, G. N. Gill, D. Newman, G. Greenway, D. Resnick
- Medicine, PsychologyMedicine
- 1 July 1980
Two previously unrecognized findings--hyperprolactinemia and an unusual radiographic abnormality of fluffy, spiculated bony proliferation--may facilitate recognition of the syndrome.