Imaging of Athletic Injuries: A Multimodality Approach
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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abnormality acute adjacent ankle arrowheads arthritis arthrogram arthrography articular athletic injuries avascular necrosis avulsion bilateral Black arrow blood pool image Bone Joint Surg bone scan calcaneus calcification capsule chronic Clin Orthop clinical Coronal cortical CT scan diagnosis dislocation distal evaluation femoral head femoral neck femur fibula Figure focal high signal High-resolution delayed image humerus image at Tl-weighted image of TPBS increased activity increased nuclide activity increased signal knee lesions Levinsohn lower leg magnetic resonance imaging medial collateral ligament medial meniscus meniscal tear modalities muscle navicular normal radiographs open arrow osteochondritis dissecans overuse pain patellar patient pelvis percent popliteal cyst posterior cruciate ligament posttraumatic proximal radiographs Radiology region rotator cuff tear Sagittal image scaphoid shin splints shoulder signal intensity Skeletal Radiol soft tissue spine sports medicine stress fractures syndrome talus tibia tibial plateau Tl-weighted sequence shows TPBS TPBS shows trauma ulna vertebral body wrist