Imaging of the Musculoskeletal System, 2-Volume Set book cover

Imaging of the Musculoskeletal System, 2-Volume Set

Expert Radiology Series

An international group of experts brings you an exhaustive full-color two-volume reference to help you effectively select and interpret the best imaging studies for the challenges you face in musculoskeletal diagnosis. They cover every aspect of musculoskeletal radiology, including the latest diagnostic modalities and interventional techniques. Plus, a CD featuring case studies, additional chapters, and valuable appendices enriches your knowledge and gives you step-by-step guidance on all of the most important musculoskeletal procedures. Examples of cutting-edge modalities such as MR, multislice CT, ultrasonography, and nuclear medicine are balanced with conventional radiographic images, enabling you to compare and contrast findings from all imaging modalities. More than 5,300 digital-quality illustrations offer exceptional detail and clarity, and user-friendly features including key points boxes, classic signs, protocols, and ACR guidelines put today’s best practices at your fingertips.

Audience
Radiologists, Orthopaedic Surgeons

Hardbound, 2336 Pages

Published: May 2008

Imprint: Saunders

ISBN: 978-1-4160-2963-2

Contents

  • PART I: INJURY

    1. Introduction and General Principles

    Section 1: Axial Skeleton

    2. Skull and facial bones
    3. TMJ
    4. Dental Imaging
    5. Cervical Spine
    6. Thorax and Thoracolumbar Spine

    Section 2: Appendicular Skeleton

    Upper Extremities
    7. Normal Shoulder
    8. Acute Osseous Injury to the Shoulder Girdle
    9. Impingement Syndromes
    10. Glenohumeral Instability
    11. Normal Elbow
    12. Acute Osseous Injury of the Elbow and Forearm
    13. Soft-Tissue Injury to the Elbow and Forearm
    14. Wrist-hand: Technical Aspects, Normal Anatomy, Common Variants, and Basic Biomechanics
    15. Acute Osseous Injury to the Wrist
    16. Internal Derangement of the Wrist
    17. Acute Osseous Injury of the Hand
    18. Soft Tissue Injury of the Hand
    Lower Extremities
    19. Pelvis-Hip: Technical Aspects, Normal Anatomy, Common Variants, and Basic Biomechanics
    20. Acute Osseous injury of the Pelvis and Sacrum (including acetabular)
    21. Acute Osseous Injury to the Hip & Proximal Femur
    22. Internal Derangement of the Hip & Proximal Femur
    23. Knee: Technical Aspects, Normal Anatomy, Common Variants, and Basic Biomechanic
    24. Acute Osseous Injury to the Knee
    25. Internal Derangement of the Knee: Meniscal Injuries
    26. Internal Derangement of the Knee: Ligament Injuries
    27. Internal Derangement of the Knee: Tendon Injuries
    28. Internal Derangement of the Knee: Cartilage and Osteochondural Injuries
    29. Ankle Foot: Technical Aspects, Normal Anatomy, Common Variants, and Basic Biomechanics
    30. Acute Osseous Injury to the Ankle
    31. Soft Tissue Injury to the Ankle: Ligament
    32. Soft-Tissue Injury to the Ankle: Tendon
    33. Soft Tissue In jury to the Ankle: Osteochondural Injury & Impingement
    34. Acute Osseous Injurty to the Foot
    35. Soft Tissue Lesions of the Foot

    Section 3: Pediatric Injuries

    36. Upper Extremity Injuries in Children
    37. Lower Extremity Injuries in Children (Including Sports Injuries)
    38. Skeletal Manifestation of Child Abuse

    Section 4: Other Musculoskeletal Injuries

    39. Stress Injuries (to include Fatigue & Insufficiency Fractures)
    40. Environmental and Occupational Injury (Thermal/electrical) and latrogenic Trauma
    41. Complications of Osseous Trauma (incl. infection, nonunion/malunion, arthritis, necrosis)
    42. Muscle Injury and Sequelae (Strains, Myonecrosis, Compartment Syndrome, Ossefication, Denervation, Muscle Atrophy, Ddx for Muscle Edema)
    43. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

    PART II: ARTHROPATHIES AND NEUROLOGIC/MUSCULAR DISORDERS AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASE

    44. Axial Degeneration
    45. Normal Aging
    46. Degenerative Disease: Cartilage Anatomy, Physiology, and Advanced Imaging
    47. Rheumatoid Arthritis
    48. Psoriatic arthritis
    49. Reiter Disease (Reactive Arthritis)
    50. Ankylosing Spondylitis
    51. Scleroderma
    52. SLE
    53. Mixed Connective Tissue Disease
    54. Juvenile Chronic Arthritis
    55. Myositis: Polymyositis, Dematomyositis
    56. Hemochromatosis
    57. Ochronosis
    58. DISH and OPLL
    59. Gout
    60. Crystal Deposition Diseases (incl. calcium pyrophosphate deposition, hydroxiapatite deposition disease)
    61. Neuropathic osteoarthropathy (incl. congenital insensitivity to pain)

    PART III: INFECTON

    62. Soft Tissue Disease: Cellulitis, Pyomyositis, Abscess, Septic arthritis
    63. Infection in the Appendicular Skeleton (to include Chronic osteomyelitis)
    64. Infectious Spondylitis
    65. Complications of Infection
    66. Diabetic Pedal Infection
    67. Paediatric Infections
    68. Imaging of the HIV Infected Patient
    69. Atypical Organisms

    PART IV: HEMATOLOGIC/VASCULAR DISEASE

    70. General Principles of Bone Marrow Imaging
    71. Osteonecrosis
    72. Hemophilia
    73. Sickle Cell Anemia
    74. Thalassemia
    75. Myelofibrosis

    PART V: METABOLIC/HORMONAL/SYSTEMIC DISEASE

    76. Osteoporosis
    77. Osteomalacia, Hyperparathyroidism, Renal Osteodystrophy, Rickets
    78. Amyloid
    79. Pituitary and Thyroid Disorders
    80. Gaucher
    81. Storage Diseases (Glycogenoses/Mucopolysaccharidoses)
    82. Osteogensis Imperfecta
    83. Marfan's Syndrome
    84. Paget Disease
    85. Hypertrophic Osteoarthropathy
    86. Sarcoidosis
    87. Tuberous Sclerosis
    88. Pharmacologic and Other Drug-Associated Diseases (Dilantin, Steroids, Polyvinylchloride)

    PART VI: MUSCULOSKELETAL TUMORS AND TUMOR-LIKE LESIONS

    89. Introduction:Musculoskeletal tumors and tumor-like lesions
    90. The Patient with a tumor-like Lesion on the Radiography: Imaging Approach and Appropriateness Criteria
    91. The Patient with a Soft-Tissue Lump: Imaging Approach and Appropriateness Criteria
    92. Primary Bone Tumors
    93. Myeloma
    94. Tumor Like Lesions: Bone
    95. Soft tissue tumors
    96. Tumor like lesions: soft tissue
    97. Tumoral Calcinosis
    98. Metastases
    99. Treatment Strategies for Musculoskeletal Tumors and Tumor-like Lesions: What the Treating Physician Wants to Know
    100. Staging Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors
    101. Monitoring Therapy in Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors

    PART VII: CLINICALLY RELEVANT DEVELOPMENT VARIATIONS AND DYSPLASIAS

    102. Normal Variants
    103. Focal Growth Disturbances
    104. DDH and Hip Dysplasia
    105. Coalitions
    106. Dysplasias
    107. Spinal Deformity

    PART VIII: POST-SURGICAL IMAGING AND COMPLICATIONSM

    108. General Principles of fixation, fusion, and joint replacement
    109. Post-operative shoulder
    110. Post-operative elbow, wrist, and hand
    111. Post-operative Hip
    112. Post-operative Knee
    113. Post-operative ankle and foot
    114. Post-operative Spine
    115. Amputation and stump

    PART IX: MUSCULOSKELETAL PROCEDURES

    116. Biopsy: Soft tissue
    117. Biopsy: Bone
    118. Biopsy: Spine
    119. Tumor Ablation
    120. Spinal Injections
    121. Discography
    122. Vertebral Augmentation
    123. Percutaneous Disc Treatment
    124. Ultrasound Procedures

    APPENDICE

    Appendix 1: Measurements Most Frequently Used in Orthopedic Imaging
    Appendix 2: An Overview of Orthopedic Devices
    Appendix 3: Fractures with Names
    Appencix 4: Diseases with Names
    Appendix 5: Classic Sign's in Musculoskeletal Imaging
    Appendix 6: Compressive Neuropathies

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