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PHYSICAL AND TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN MAGNETIC
PEDIATRIC MUSCULOSKELETAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE
David W Stoller
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20 msec anatomy AP radiograph arthritis arthroscopy associated black arrow bright signal intensity bulk magnetization vector collateral ligament contrast curved arrow cysts degenerative disease distal echo images edema epiphyseal evaluation femoral condyle femoral head Figure flexor flip angle fluid fracture gradient echo images hemorrhage high signal intensity image demonstrating image with intermediate images with low increased signal intensity intensity on T2-weighted intensity on Tl intermediate signal intensity joint effusion knee large arrow lateral meniscus lesions low signal intensity magnetic field Magnetic resonance imaging medial collateral ligament medial meniscus muscle musculoskeletal normal nuclei open arrow osteonecrosis patellar patients posterior cruciate ligament posterior horn radiograph Radiology rotator cuff sclerosis small arrows small white arrows solid arrows spin echo spine straight arrow subchondral supraspinatus surface coil synovial T2-weighted images T2-weighted images Fig tendon Tl-weighted Tl-weighted axial image Tl-weighted coronal image Tl-weighted sagittal image tumor visualized weighted images wrist yellow marrow