Current status of imaging of articular cartilage

  title={Current status of imaging of articular cartilage},
  author={Juerg Hodler and Donald Resnick},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
 Various imaging methods have been applied to assessment of articular cartilage. These include standard radiography, arthrography, CT, CT arthrography, ultrasonography, and MR imaging. Radiography remains the initial musculoskeletal imaging method. However, it is insensitive to early stages of cartilage abnormalities. MR imaging has great potential in the assessment of articular cartilage, although high-quality scans are required because imaging signs of cartilage abnormalities may be subtle… CONTINUE READING


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