MR arthrography of the shoulder: fluoroscopically guided technique using a posterior approach.

@article{Farmer2002MRAO,
  title={MR arthrography of the shoulder: fluoroscopically guided technique using a posterior approach.},
  author={Kim D Farmer and Phil M. Hughes},
  journal={AJR. American journal of roentgenology},
  year={2002},
  volume={178 2},
  pages={
          433-4
        }
}
433 R arthrography is the preferred imaging technique for the investigation of patients with shoulder instability [1, 2]. MR arthrography reliably shows subtle lesions of the labroligamentous complex, providing information essential to the surgeon concerning the surgery or arthroscopic repair. Most patients presenting with shoulder instability have anterior instability; in these cases, evaluation of the anterior joint structures is required. Contrast material that is inadvertently injected into… CONTINUE READING

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