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Site‐matched calcaneal measurements of broad‐band ultrasound attenuation and single X‐ray absorptiometry: Do they measure different skeletal properties?
Because of the differences in the interactions of ultrasound and x‐ray waves with bone, quantitative ultrasound (QUS) techniques may yield information about skeletal status not accessible by regularExpand
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Indirect MR arthrography: optimization and clinical applications.
PURPOSE To evaluate and optimize a method for producing magnetic resonance (MR) images similar to MR arthrograms of multiple synovial joints with intravenous gadopentetate dimeglumine injection. Expand
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Investigation of bone changes in microgravity during long and short duration space flight: comparison of techniques
Loss of bone mass is a continuing problem in long‐term space flight. Although counter‐measure programmes have been developed, effective assessment of these programmes is hampered by a lack ofExpand
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Two portions of the supraspinatus muscle: a new finding about the muscles macroscopy by dissection and magnetic resonance imaging
SummaryAxial MR images of the shoulder joint reveal a central linear band within the supraspinatus muscle void of signal which seems not to represent the only tendon of this muscle. Due to theExpand
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[Indirect MR arthrography in the diagnosis of lesions of the labrum glenoidale].
PURPOSE It has been shown that intravenous administration of contrast media produces an MR arthrographic effect without the need for intraarticular injection. This is the first study evaluating thisExpand
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[Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the bursa around the knee joint].
INTRODUCTION Since fluid filled bursae lead to visible structures on MR images it is important to establish criteria to recognize them and to differentiate them from tumorous fluid-like structures.Expand
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Magnetization transfer contrast (MTC) and MTC-subtraction: enhancement of cartilage lesions and intracartilaginous degeneration in vitro
Human articular cartilage from 16 cadaveric or amputated knees was studied using standard magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), on-resonance magnetization transfer contrast (MTC) and MTC-subtraction MRI.Expand
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Hematopoietic bone marrow in the adult knee: spin-echo and opposed-phase gradient-echo MR imaging
Hematopoietic bone marrow in the distal femur of the adult may be mistaken for a pathologic marrow process in magnetic resonance imaging of the knee. We investigated the incidence of hematopoieticExpand
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