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.
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT 169
TENDONS AND MUSCLES 55 WRIST AND HAND
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