MRI of tarsal coalition: frequency, distribution, and innovative signs.

@article{Nalaboff2008MRIOT,
  title={MRI of tarsal coalition: frequency, distribution, and innovative signs.},
  author={Kenneth M Nalaboff and Mark E. Schweitzer},
  journal={Bulletin of the NYU hospital for joint diseases},
  year={2008},
  volume={66 1},
  pages={14-21}
}
OBJECTIVE Tarsal coalition is uncommon, but not rare. Since it may present with chronic symptoms and since prior studies have shown that magnetic resonance (MR) has a high accu- racy for diagnosis, we evaluated the prevalence, frequency, location, and types of coalition, as well as secondary signs, as seen in a large clinical MR population. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Initially a "word search" program was used to ind all diagnoses of "tarsal coalition" in our RIS database as part of 27,483 ankle… CONTINUE READING
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