Problem Solving in Musculoskeletal Imaging with CD-ROM

1st Edition


  • William Morrison
  • Timothy Sanders
  • Key Features

    • Features problem-solving advice to help you accurately identify what you see, especially those images that are not cut and dry.
    • Offers how-to-do-it guidance on the two most commonly performed procedures in private practice, arthrography and biopsy.
    • Highlights tricks-of-the-trade, tables, boxes, rules of thumb, and other points for easy reference.
    • Incorporates high-quality images and a full-color design that illuminate important elements.
    • Includes a CD containing musculoskeletal CT, MRI, and ultrasound protocols—including general indications for use and special situations such as dealing with metal artifacts—patient questionnaires that help you make the best imaging choices, and a hip appendix that offers expert guidance on how to properly image the hip.

    Table of Contents

    I. Advanced Modalities: protocols and optimization

    1. Optimization of Musculoskeletal Imaging (also see supplementary materials)

    II. Procedures

    2. Arthrography

    3. Biopsy

    III. Problem Solving: Disease Categories

    4. Arthritis

    5. Infection

    6. Tumor

    IV. Problem Solving: Anatomic Regions

    7. Shoulder

    8. Elbow

    9. Wrist

    10. Hand

    11. Hip/pelvis

    12. Knee

    13. Ankle

    14. Foot

    15. Muscle/soft tissue Imaging

    Supplementary Materials:

    A. MRI protocols

    B. MRI patient questionnaires and templates


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    About the authors

    William Morrison

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Professor, Department of Radiology, Thomas Jefferson University, Director, Division of Musculoskeletal and General Diagnostic Radiology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Timothy Sanders

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Director of Education and Research, National Musculoskeletal Imaging, Weston, Florida; Professor, Department of Radiology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky