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OBJECTIVE To correlate bone scintigraphy and histopathological findings in patients with medial tibial syndrome. METHODS Twenty patients (32 limbs) with a clinical diagnosis of medial tibial syndrome had surgery. Bone scintigraphy before the operation was compared with the histological appearance of bone and periosteal specimens obtained at surgery. (More)
OBJECTIVE To document the pathologic features of breast cancer in Jamaica. METHODS The pathology reports and slides of all patients diagnosed with breast cancer at the National Public Health Laboratory between January 1999 and December 2002 were reviewed. Patient age and gender side involved, number of tumours identified, tumour size, histologic type,(More)
The aim of the present study was to assess the diagnostic accuracy of 7 clinical tests for Morton's neuroma (MN) compared with ultrasonography (US). Forty patients (54 feet) were diagnosed with MN using predetermined clinical criteria. These patients were subsequently referred for US, which was performed by a single, experienced musculoskeletal radiologist.(More)
We undertook a comparison evaluation of outcomes after 2 different high-volume image-guided injection (HVIGI) procedures performed under direct ultrasound guidance in patients with chronic noninsertional Achilles tendinopathy. In group A, the HVIGI involved high-volume (10 mL of 1% lidocaine combined with 40 mL of saline) and no dry needling. In group B,(More)
AIMS The objective of this double-blind randomised controlled trial was to assess whether ultrasound guidance improved the efficacy of corticosteroid injections for Morton's neuroma (MN). PATIENTS AND METHODS In all, 50 feet (40 patients) were recruited for this study but five feet were excluded due to the patients declining further participation. The(More)
AIM We carried out a prospective study of the GP referrals for hip radiographs to find out the proportion of radiographs falling within the RCR guidelines and to ascertain the reasons for not following the guidelines. MATERIALS AND METHODS One thousand two hundred and fifty six consecutive hip radiographs were performed for GPs over a 12-month period.(More)
BACKGROUND Vertebral fractures are commonly associated with osteoporosis and have significant morbidity and mortality rates. Osteoporotic vertebral fractures are presently considered as a treatable and preventable condition, and early detection is vital for further management. The evaluation of vertebral compression on multidetector computed tomography(More)
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