Terrance E Moore

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This study examined whether 24 months of weight training exercises enhanced the effectiveness of risedronate, calcium, and vitamin D in maintaining or improving bone mineral density (BMD) in 223 postmenopausal breast cancer survivors. Subjects who were ≥50% adherent to exercise had no improvement in BMD but were less likely to lose BMD. This study examined(More)
The clinical, radiologic, and histologic features of 22 cases of Paget sarcoma were reviewed to determine in which patients with Paget disease these tumors are most likely to develop and what radiologic findings suggest the diagnosis. Clinical findings at presentation included pain and/or a mass (11 patients), pathologic fracture (seven), and neurologic(More)
We prospectively evaluated 316 caudal-approach epidural steroid injections given by staff radiologists and residents in our department over a 1-year period. Needle placement was checked with fluoroscopy and corrected if necessary. When the needle tip was within the sacral canal, nonionic contrast material was injected. If epidural contrast was not observed,(More)
The relation between full-body, radiographically defined osteoarthritis and survival was examined in a cohort of 296 women aged 42-76 years (mean age, 57.1 years). These women were a random sample of women with very low body burdens of radium who were part of a larger cohort of women first employed in the US radium dial-painting industry between 1915 and(More)
This article addresses the place of MR imaging in the diagnosis of knee injuries. MR imaging of subtle fractures and bone contusions is described with emphasis placed on those types of fractures frequently associated with specific patterns of soft tissue injury. Soft tissue injuries are divided into ligamentous, meniscal, and muscular; each is discussed(More)
Fifteen patients with shoulder instability and nine asymptomatic volunteers were studied with magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. The shoulder joint was visualized by means of arthroscopy or surgery in all patients. Ten patients had abnormalities of the glenoid labrum. Two musculoskeletal radiologists interpreted the MR images of the patients and volunteers(More)
The MR appearances of foot problems in patients with diabetes mellitus are illustrated. MR has been found to be effective in the diagnosis of osteomyelitis, the most common indication for imaging the feet of diabetic patients. MR has the ability to image numerous pathologic processes, especially subtle soft-tissue changes, that are not detectable with other(More)
The efficacy of gadopentetate dimeglumine (Gd-DTPA) enhanced magnetic resonance (MR) imaging in the diagnosis and differentiation of soft-tissue, neoplastic and non-neoplastic lesion has not been well established. Thirty patients with soft tissue masses (18 neoplastic and 12 non-neoplastic) were studied, using MR imaging with and without administration of(More)
Radiographs and clinical records of 61 patients with calcaneal fractures were studied. Twenty-one patients had diabetes mellitus, and 40 were nondiabetic. All diabetic patients were insulin dependent for more than 5 years and had clinically evident peripheral neuropathy. Eighteen of the diabetic patients had no history of significant trauma. Fourteen had(More)