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The rotator interval is an anatomically defined triangular area located between the coracoid process, the superior aspect of the subscapularis, and the anterior aspect of the supraspinatus. It is widely accepted that the rotator interval structures fulfill a role in biomechanics and pathology of the glenohumeral joint and long head biceps tendon. However,(More)
To describe the imaging findings of a series of myxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcomas (MFSs) from our institution, including a case of dedifferentiated MFS and two cases with areas of high-grade tumor, in addition to typical cases of low-grade tumor. To correlate the imaging findings with the pathologic features of these tumors. IRB approval was obtained.(More)
Ultrasonography (US) is commonly used to assess the peripheral nerves of the lower extremity because of its many advantages over magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. The most obvious advantages over MR imaging are superior soft-tissue resolution, low cost, portability, lack of magnetic susceptibility artifact, and the ability to image patients who cannot(More)
The osseous pelvis is a well-recognized site of origin of numerous primary and secondary musculoskeletal tumors. The radiologic evaluation of a pelvic lesion often begins with the plain film and proceeds to computed tomography (CT), or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and possibly biopsy. Each of these modalities, with inherent advantages and disadvantages,(More)
Traumatized teeth present a clinical challenge with regard to their diagnosis, treatment plan, and prognosis. Recent developments in imaging systems have enabled clinicians to visualize structural changes effectively. Computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and cone beam computed tomography are among the most commonly used systems for dental and(More)
The rotator interval and the long head of the biceps brachii tendon are anatomically closely associated structures believed to confer stability to the shoulder joint. Abnormalities of the rotator interval may be acquired or congenital and are associated with instability of the long head of the biceps brachii tendon. Clinical and arthroscopic diagnoses of(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this article is to describe the anatomy of the inguinal region in a way that is useful for sonographic diagnosis of inguinal region hernias, and to illustrate the sonographic appearance of this anatomy. We show sonographic techniques for evaluating inguinal, femoral, and spigelian hernias and include surgically proven examples. (More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this series was to retrospectively characterize the sonographic appearance of posttraumatic Morel-Lavallée lesions. METHODS After Institutional Review Board approval was obtained, a search of the radiology information system database with correlation to medical records identified 21 posttraumatic fluid collections of the hip and(More)
OBJECTIVE Accurate characterization of acetabular fractures can be difficult because of the complex acetabular anatomy and the many fracture patterns. In this article, the five most common acetabular fractures are reviewed: both-column, T-shaped, transverse, transverse with posterior wall, and isolated posterior wall. Fracture patterns on radiography are(More)
This retrospective study demonstrates the sonographic appearance paralabral cysts of the hip with magnetic resonance (MR) arthrography as the reference standard. Consensus review by 2 musculoskeletal radiologists was used to assess the paralabral cysts and determine their characteristics. The 3 paralabral cysts seen on sonography and confirmed with MR(More)