MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING

Osseous Trauma

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How to Image Osseous Trauma • Coils and patient position: The patient should be placed in a comfortable position with passive restraints, such as tape or Velcro straps, applied to…

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Arthritis and Cartilage

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How to Image Arthritis and Cartilage • Coils and patient position: Which joint is being imaged determines which coil and which position are used. In the knee, the standard extremity…

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Marrow

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How to Image Bone Marrow Imaging of bone marrow has not changed much since the first edition of this book. Screening of marrow with T1 and fat-suppressed T2 images has…

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Musculoskeletal Infections

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How to Image Infection ( Box 5-1 ) Musculoskeletal infections affect bones, soft tissues, and joints. Infection often is considered a therapeutic emergency, and MRI is used to determine the…

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Temporomandibular Joint

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How to Image the Temporomandibular Joint See the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) protocols at the end of the chapter. • Coils and patient position: Small surface coils are used, generally with…

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The Pelvis

Mar 23, 2019 by in MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING Comments Off on The Pelvis

Pelvis Checklists 1 Imaging assessment Radiographic examination AP Oblique views Internal oblique (obturator view) External oblique (iliac view) Inlet view Outlet view Computed tomography (CT) Axial Reformatted images Coronal Sagittal…

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The Cervical Spine

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Cervical Spine Checklists 1 Radiographic examination Minimum necessary views Lateral cervical spine to include T1 AP cervical spine AP open-mouth odontoid CT examination: minimum necessary Axial, sagittal, and coronal noncontrast…

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The Thoracolumbar Spine

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Thoracolumbar Spine Checklists 1 Imaging assessment Radiographic examination AP Lateral views Computed tomography (CT) Axial Reformatted images Coronal Sagittal 3-D 2 Anatomic features, biomechanics, and forces of injury Anatomy Biomechanics…

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The Foot

Mar 23, 2019 by in MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING Comments Off on The Foot

Foot Checklists 1 Radiographic examination AP Oblique Lateral Axial view of calcaneus 2 Common sites of injury in adults Metatarsals Neck, base, shaft Fifth MT – tuberosity, Jones’ fracture Phalanges…

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