Imaging of the Sternocostoclavicular Region

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Anne Grethe Jurik
Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 24, 2007 - Medical - 254 pages
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Review of the normal histopathological anatomy, imaging techniques and diagnostic findings for a broad spectrum of clinical problems, including a classification of inflammatory syndromes previously described under several different terms.
 

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Contents

115 Sternal Fractures
40
116 Sternoclavicular Dislocations
42
117 Manubriosternal Dislocations
46
Seronegative Arthritis and Sternocostoclavicular Syndromes
30
122 Ankylosing Spondylitis
32
123 Osteoarthropathy Associated with Pustulosis Palmoplantaris
36
124 Psoriatic Arthritis
44
125 Reactive Arthritis
47

Age Determination
xxxvii
26 Conclusions
xxxviii
Sternoclavicular Joints
xli
33 Microscopic Anatomy
xliii
34 Appearance at Imaging
2
35 Conclusions
4
BIOMECHANICS OF THE STERNOCOSTOCLAVICULAR REGION
6
Biomechanics of Joints and Cartilages
7
43 Manubriosternal Joint
8
44 Sternocostal Joints
9
45 Conclusions
10
IMAGING TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
11
Conventional Radiography and Tomography
12
52 Conventional Tomography
14
Computed Tomography
16
62 Technical Aspects
17
63 Normal Computed Tomography Appearance of the Sternocostoclavicular Region
18
64 Indications for Computed Tomography
21
65 Conclusions
22
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
25
72 Technical Aspects
26
of the Sternocostoclavicular Region
27
74 Indications for Magnetic Resonance Imaging
28
75 Conclusions
32
Ultrasonography
34
83 Normal Ultrasonography Appearance of the Sternocostoclavicular Region
36
85 Conclusions
16
Radionuclide Imaging
18
92 Technical Aspects
19
94 Indications for Radionuclide Imaging
20
95 Conclusions
22
CLINICAL PROBLEMS
24
Congenital and Developmental Abnormalities
25
103 Sternal Fusion Anomalies
28
104 Other Sternal Abnormalities
30
106 Conclusions
32
Traumatic and Posttraumatic Disorders
34
112 Soft Tissue Injuries
35
113 Anterior Costal Fractures
36
114 Costal Cartilage Injuries
37
126 Enteropathic Arthropathy
49
127 SAPHO Sternocostoclavicular Hyperostosis and Other Syndromes
51
128 Conclusions
43
Predominant Osseous Inflammatory Lesions
14
132 Chronic Recurrent Multifocal Osteomyelitis
15
133 Adult Osteoarthropathy
24
134 Terminology
29
135 Conclusions
30
References
31
Other Rheumatic Inflammatory Disorders
37
143 Gout
39
144 Pseudogout Chondrocalcinosis
40
146 Other Disorders
43
147 Conclusion
44
Degenerative Joint Disorders Including Condensing Osteitis
49
153 Condensing Osteitis
53
154 Conclusions
62
Infectious Disorders
64
162 Pyogenic Infections
194
163 Tuberculosis
197
164 Differential Diagnoses
9
References
10
Primary Bone Tumours
12
172 Primary Malignant Bone Tumours
13
173 Primary Benign Tumours
19
174 Tumourlike Lesions
23
175 Management of Primary Bone Tumours of the Sternocostoclavicular Region
25
176 Conclusion
30
References
31
Other Malignant Disorders
34
182 Malignant Soft Tissue Tumours and Allied Disorders
35
183 Myeloproliferative and Allied Disorders
43
184 Conclusion
47
Miscellaneous Disorders
49
193 Amyloidosis
50
195 Postoperative Disorders
51
198 Conclusions
54
Subject Index
55
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