Atlas of Imaging in Sports Medicine
McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1998 - Medical - 392 pages
Sports medicine is emerging as an increasingly specialised and stimulating field of medical practice. High quality diagnostic imaging is an essential component of a successful sports medicine practice, as efficient management of a sporting injury can begin only after a correct diagnosis is established. Consequently it is essential that the clinician has an appreciation of imaging standards and is able to pursue appropriate diagnostic pathways. The Atlas of Imaging in Sports Medicine recognises the important role played by plain films which are invariably the initial and, in the vast majority of cases, the only imaging method used. The more sophisticated tests are also discussed, their appropriate usage dependant on an understanding of the basic response of tissue to injury. The Atlas offers the healthcare manager of an injured athlete, whether physiotherapist, general practitioner or sports physician, a valuable reference text, liberally illustrated with high quality images of both common and unusual sporting injuries.
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abnormal acetabular acute alignment anatomy ankle AP view apophyseal arrow arthrography articular surface assess associated athlete avascular necrosis avulsion fracture axial biceps tendon Bone Joint Surg bone scan bone stress bony bursa bursitis calcaneum calcification capsule carpal cause cervical spine chronic Clin clinical compression cont CT scanning cyst demonstrate diagnosis dislocation displacement distal dorsal elbow epiphyseal plate extensor fat pad femoral condyle femoral head femoral neck flexion fragment glenoid humeral hypoechoic imaging impingement injury instability involve isotope bone scanning joint space knee labral lateral view lesion lumbar margin medial meniscal metatarsal muscle nerve normal oblique view occur Orthop osteochondral Osteochondritis dissecans overuse pain patellar plain films posterior proximal radial radiographic result rotator cuff rotator cuff tears scaphoid scapholunate shoulder soft tissue swelling spinal sports medicine stress fracture subluxation subtalar joint supraspinatus syndrome tear tendon rupture thickening tibial transverse trauma tuberosity ulnar ultrasound usually valgus vertebral body weightbearing wrist