Imaging of Athletic Injuries: A Multimodality Approach

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McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1992 - Medical - 347 pages
Written for radiologists, orthopaedists and team physicians, this text or atlas illustrates the use of high-tech modalities in the diagnostic work-up of athletic injuries. Focusing on CT, MRI, and nuclear medicine, it compares the relative strengths, weaknesses, and costs of each modality.

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Orthopedic Overview Bruce E Baker
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Bone contusion
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Jumpers kneeinfrapatellar tendinitis
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