Musculoskeletal MRI

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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.
  • Covers the essentials of MR Imaging of the musculoskeletal system, including joints, osseous and soft tissue structures of the extremities and the spine.
  • Ideal for residents studying for radiology board examinations.
  • Concise content and layout appeals to practising radiologists who want a quick, but thorough review of the subject.
  • Specific joint chapters include detailed protocols for MRI acquisition and interpretation.
  • Only the basic, important and essential information is included - a benefit to busy residents or practising radiologists needing to understand and interpret films to make a solid diagnosis.
  • Includes practical coverage of the spine, normally only included in neuroradiology texts.
  • Includes over 1,100 state of the art images that provide a realistic standard of comparison and help to facilitate understanding of anatomy and diseases.
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    RC925.7.M342 2001

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    Mark W. Anderson, MD, Harrison Distinguished Teaching Professor of Radiology; Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

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