Saunders, 2001 - Medical - 456 pages
MUSCULOSKELETAL MRI covers the essential and basic facts of musculoskeletal magnetic resonance imaging. Normal anatomy, the most common abnormalities, and diseases that are unique to the anatomic site are discussed along with individual joints and general disease processes. To facilitate learning, the text is logically organized by discussing the components of anatomy, then immediately explains abnormalities affecting the individual structures.
abnormal adjacent affected ankle anterior appearance areas arrowheads aspect associated attachment axial image biceps bone bursa cartilage cause cell changes chronic clinical common contrast cord coronal image cyst degenerative demonstrate detecting diagnosis diffuse disease disk distal echo elbow enhancement evaluation evident femoral Figure findings flexor fluid focal foot fracture glenoid head high signal intensity high-signal identified increased indicates infection injury intensity on T2W intermediate involvement joint knee labrum lateral lesions ligament located low signal intensity lumbar marrow marrow edema mass medial meniscus muscle nerve normal oblique occur osseous pain partial patient plane position posterior present proximal radial radiographs Radiology red marrow result sagittal image seen sequences sheath shoulder shows soft tissue space spine STIR structures superior surrounding syndrome synovial T1 sagittal T2W images tears tendon thickness tion trauma tumor tunnel ulnar usually vertebral body wrist