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Bone marrow edema of the femoral head and transient osteoporosis of the hip.
The current article of this issue aims at defining the generic term of bone marrow edema of the femoral head as seen at MR imaging. It must be kept in mind that this syndrome should be regarded, notExpand
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Hand radiological damage in systemic sclerosis: comparison with a control group and clinical and functional correlations.
OBJECTIVE To define the burden of hand radiological damage in systemic sclerosis (SSc) patients, compared with a control group. METHODS Both hands of 167 SSc patients and 168 hands (82 right and 86Expand
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Principes d'interpretation de l'imagerie des articulations sacro-iliaques.
Interpretation of sacroiliac joints imaging is uneasy. Simultaneous erosions, hyperostosis, and ankylosis together make the diagnosis of inflammatory lesions. Articular abnormalities may also beExpand
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Bone marrow edema of the femoral head.
This article addresses the MR features of the bone marrow edema syndrome (BMES) of the femoral head with emphasis on the prevalence and clinicopathology of the disorder and description of the currentExpand
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Relecture des radiographies standard du genou: les surfaces articulaires.
Lateral knee radiographs allow recognition of both medial and lateral femoral and tibial surfaces, groove and anterior borders of the trochlea and lateral facet and ridge of the patella. Analysis ofExpand
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[Principles of analysis for sacroiliac joints imaging].
Interpretation of sacroiliac joints imaging is uneasy. Simultaneous erosions, hyperostosis, and ankylosis together make the diagnosis of inflammatory lesions. Articular abnormalities may also beExpand
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Le syndrome d’œdème médullaire de la tête fémorale
Transient bone marrow edema of the hip is characterized by moderate homogeneous low MR signal intensity with ill-defined margins that involves at least a portion of the femoral head. Spin echoExpand
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Spontaneous vertebral fracture: benign or pathological?
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Micro-foyers hyperechogenes dans un liquide synovial normal : possibilite de micro-bulles gazeuses generees par phenomene du vide intra-articulaire
Objectifs Demontrer par un modele experimental in vivo, que de tres petits foyers hyperechogenes peuvent apparaitre dans le liquide synovial, correspondant vraisemblablement a des microbulles de gazExpand
[Retroperitoneal fibrosis and multiple myeloma: fortuitous association?].
We report a 59-year-old man presenting with retroperitoneal fibrosis (RF) associated with IgG lambda multiple myeloma. Recent clinical and immunohistochemical findings suggest that RF might be aExpand