Imaging of Sports Injuries
A reference on the use of modern imaging techniques to diagnose athletic injuries, involving all major areas of the body. Chapters cover clinical information, imaging evaluation and brief discussion of treatment recommendations. There is also an introduction designed for nonradiologists.
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Chapter 1Epidemiology and Categories of Sports Injuries
Chapter 2Diagnostic Techniques
Chapter 3The Spine
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acute anatomy AP view arrow arthrogram arthrography arthroscopy articular surface associated athletes avulsion fracture axial Berquist TH biceps Bone Joint Surg bursa calcaneus capsule cervical spine clavicle clinical Computed tomography condyle demonstrating detection diagnosis dislocation displaced distal distal radioulnar joint dorsal elbow evaluation extensor facet femoral fibula film flexion flexor fragment glenoid humeral humerus Imaging of Orthopedic injection instability involved knee lateral view lesions ligament injury longus Magnetic Resonance Imaging Mayo Foundation mechanism of injury medial meniscal metacarpal metatarsal muscle normal oblique views occur Orthopedic Trauma osteochondral pain patella patients pelvis plantar position posterior proximal radial radiographs Radiology Raven Press Reprinted from Imaging result rotator cuff rotator cuff tears routine radiographs sagittal scan scaphoid shoulder signal intensity Skeletal Radiol soft tissue injury stress fractures subluxation subtle syndrome T2-weighted talar talus technique tendon TH Berquist tibia tibial tion tomograms transverse tuberosity ulnar usually vertebral wrist