Diagnostic Imaging of the Hand

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Thieme, Jan 1, 2011 - Medical - 628 pages
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In this text an interdisciplinary team of specialists in radiology, surgery, and rheumatology presents a practical guide to imaging of the hand. Complete with detailed discussion of the complex anatomy, common diseases, and injuries of the hand, this text covers examination techniques and state-of-the-art imaging modalities, including multiline spiral CR, with 2-D displays and 3-D reconstructions, and contrast-enhanced MRI with multi-channel, phased-array coils.Designed to help clinicians develop the most effective strategies for their patients, Diagnostic Imaging of the Hand provides a systematic approach to understanding each disease, outlining pathogenesis and clinical symptoms according to a graduated diagnostic plan. More than 1,000 crisp, high-quality images and line drawings, summary tables, handy checklists, and a heavily cross-referenced appendix of differential diagnoses make this text an ideal reference for the clinician seeking the most up-to-date information on how to diagnose and treat disorders of the hand.
 

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Contents

Imaging Techniques of the Hand l
2
Special Radiographic Procedures
13
Conventional Tomography
20
Arthrography
23
Arthrography of the Small Joint Spaces
27
Arthroscopy
30
Arteriography
36
Skeletal Scintigraphy
45
FractureDislocations of the Fingers
312
Osteoarthritis of the Finger Joints
318
Special Forms of Osteoarthritis of the Hand
325
Osteoarthritis
330
Tendinosis and Tenosynovitis
336
Injuries of the Anular Pulleys
342
Muscular Lesions
348
Scaphoid Osteonecrosis Preiser Disease
362

Scintigraphic Peculiarities among Children
52
Ultrasonography
54
Normal Ultrasonographic Findings
58
Computed Tomography
63
Imaging Parameters
64
Normal Anatomy with Evaluation of
70
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
75
Parallel Imaging
81
Anatomic and Functional Prerequisites
97
Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex
114
Carpal Morphometry and Function
123
Postsurgical Radiography
133
Surgery of Phalangeal Fractures
139
Growth Normal Variants
145
Normal Variants of the Skeleton
151
Malformations and Deformities
158
Duplication
168
Injuries of the Hand and Traumatic
181
Malunion of Distal Radius Fractures
195
Ulnocarpal Impaction Syndrome Ulnolunate
213
Special Considerations in Childhood
219
Differential Diagnosis
228
Differential Diagnosis
240
Fractures of the Triquetrum
246
Fractures of the Lunate
249
Fractures of the Trapezoid
255
Perilunate and Lunate Dislocations
261
Axial Dislocations and FractureDislocations
267
Dissociative Carpal Instability CID
274
Nondissociative Carpal Instability CIND
286
Carpometacarpal Dislocations
293
Fractures Close to the Base of Metacarpal 1
299
Extraarticular Fractures
306
RicketsOsteomalacia
371
Algodystrophy Reflex Dystrophy
377
Diseases of the Hand Related
383
Therapeutic Options
391
Hydroxyapatite HA Deposition Disease
398
Miscellaneous Osteoarthropathies
404
Multicentric Reticulohistiocytosis Lipoid
410
Inflammatory Diseases of the Hand
417
Radiographic Classification of Stages
428
Psoriatic Arthritis Psoriatic Osteoarthropathy
434
Osteoarthropathies Associated with Dermatoses
440
Scleroderma Progressive Systemic Sclerosis PSS
446
Acute Bacterial Arthritis
454
Osteomyelitis
460
Differential Diagnosis
466
Infections of the Soft Tissues
468
Acute Calcium Deposition
474
Tumorous and Tumorlike Diseases of the Hand
478
Bone Cysts Induced by Infection
482
Softtissue Tumors
502
Tumors Originating from Blood Vessels
513
Differential Diagnosis
520
Diagnostic Imaging
526
Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome Guyons Canal
532
Endangiitis Obliterans WiniwarterBuerger
538
Arteriovenous Malformations
545
Congenital and Acquired Alterations
551
Primary Metabolic Disorders
560
Acroosteolyses
567
Polyostotic Bone Lesions
573
Hyperostoses
580
Secondary Raynaud Phenomena
588
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Professor, Head, Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Hospital for Cardiovascular Diseases, Bad Neustadt/Saale, Germany

Professor, Director Hand Surgery Dept., Rhoen Clinic, Munich-Perlach, Germany

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