Musculoskeletal Imaging: Case Review
This volume in the Case Review Series in Radiology offers readers nearly 400 multi-modality diagnostic images*presented as "unknowns"*from 200 randomly-ordered case studies at three levels of difficulty. The images in each case study are accompanied by questions that mimic the format of the certification exams. After formulating a differential diagnosis, readers can self-evaluate their interpretive skills by reviewing the answers and rationales. Each case includes up-to-date references for further study.
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Musculoskeletal Imaging: Case Review Series: Case Review Series
Joseph Yu,Joseph S. Yu
Limited preview - 2008
abnormalities acute affected ankylosing spondylitis appearance arthropathy articular associated avulsion bone cyst bone marrow calcaneus calcifications cartilage cause cell characterized chronic clinical Comments common compression computed tomography condition cortex cortical cruciate deformity diaphysis differential diagnosis disk dislocation disorder displacement distal dysplasia edema epiphysis erosions Ewing's sarcoma femoral condyle femoral head femur fibrous humerus infection intensity on T2W intra-articular involve joint space knee lateral lesion ligament low signal intensity magnetic resonance imaging malignant marrow edema medial meniscal metaphysis metastasis muscle neoplasm nerve normal occur osseous ossification osteoarthritis osteoid osteomyelitis osteoporosis osteosarcoma Paget's disease pain patellar pathologic patients present periarticular periostitis plantar posterior proximal radiographic radiographic findings Radiology resorption rheumatoid arthritis Roentgenol rotation rupture sarcoma sclerosis Skeletal Radiol skull soft-tissue swelling spinal spondylitis stress fractures subchondral subluxation symptoms syndrome synovial T2W images tarsal tear tendon thickening tibia tion tissue trauma tubular bones tumor ulnar vascular vertebral body