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Correlation between magnetic resonance imaging and clinical impairment in patients with adhesive capsulitis
MRI can be a useful technique to assess several clinical impairment measures in patients with adhesive capsulitis, and thickness and gadolinium enhancement of the joint capsule in the axillary recess on MRI are associated with limited ROM and pain. Expand
Strain elastography features of epidermoid tumours in superficial soft tissue: differences from other benign soft-tissue tumours and malignant tumours.
- H. Park, S. Lee, S. M. Lee, W. T. Kim, S. Lee, K. Ahn
- The British journal of radiology
- 11 May 2015
Superficial epidermoid tumour exhibits a softer nature than does malignant tumour but does not have a different SE pattern from other benign tumours. Expand
Ultrasound elastography of lateral epicondylosis: clinical feasibility of quantitative elastographic measurements.
Patients with lateral epicondylosis had significantly lower strain ratios in their common extensor tendon origins, and ultrasound elastography using quantitative strain ratio measurements could be a promising supplementary method to evaluate tendon abnormalities in lateral epicONDylosis. Expand
Ultrasonography of the lower extremity veins: anatomy and basic approach
A basic description of the anatomy of the lower extremity veins and useful techniques for approaching each vein via ultrasonography are provided. Expand
Diffusion MRI findings of cytomegalovirus-associated ventriculitis: a case report.
Characteristic diffusion-weighted imaging findings can be helpful for the diagnosis of CMV ventriculitis, as in this case report. Expand
Comparison of MRI grading for cervical neural foraminal stenosis based on axial and oblique sagittal images: Concordance and reliability study.
The concordance between magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) grading for cervical neural foraminal stenosis (CNFS) based on axial and oblique sagittal images was strong for all three observers, and both imaging planes supported strong interobserver reliability. Expand
Spinal Bone Bruise: Can Computed Tomography (CT) Enable Accurate Diagnosis?
The HU ratio between the fractured and next normal vertebra was diagnostic for spinal bone bruise on DECT images both before and after calcium subtraction. Expand
T1rho and T2 mapping of lumbar intervertebral disc: Correlation with degeneration and morphologic changes in different disc regions.
Regional variations of T1ρ and T2 rates within discs and different strength of relation with degeneration and morphologic changes should be taken into account when evaluating lumbar discs. Expand
Multiparametric MR Imaging of Age-related Changes in Healthy Thigh Muscles.
Multiple MR imaging parameters were significantly associated with age in thigh muscles, and multiple regression analysis showed that age was predictive of fat percentage in the posterior compartment and of FA in the anterior compartment. Expand
Diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis: comparison of contrast-enhanced MRI with noncontrast-enhanced MRI.
Non-CE and CE MRI are helpful in confirming the clinical diagnosis of AC and CE-MRI may improve assessment of the rotator interval and diagnostic confidence in patients with AC. Expand