arthrography


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arthrography

[‚är′thräg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
Roentgenography of a joint space after the injection of radiopaque material.
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12,25,60) MR arthrography can help detect cartilage defects and intra-articular bodies, and can help guide management decisions (Figure 12).
Tuite MJ, Currie JW, Orwin JF, Baer GS and del Rio AM (2013): Sublabral clefts and recesses in the anterior, inferior, and posterior glenoid labrum at MR arthrography.
Interpretation & conclusion: Experience of pain during injection, a decreased amount of contrast material injected and resistance to injection in patients during injection phase of MR arthrography may suggest adhesive capsulitis.
Fluoroscopically-guided arthrography is minimally invasive, but exposes patients to ionising radiation as well as the risk of needle misplacement.
Arthrography of the temporomandibular joint in patients with the TMJ pain-dysfunction syndrome.
Internal derangement of the wrist: indirect MR arthrography versus unenhanced MR imaging.
With orthogonal arthrography or more advanced imaging, such as 3D CT, the most congruent portion of the head should be determined, often requiring sagittal and rotational components to the valgus PFO.
Interventional procedures include CT and Ultrasound-guided biopsies, Arthrography including MRI Arthrography, and steroid joint injections among many others.
MRI arthrography changes conventional MRI into a minimally invasive examination.
In 1976, Fordham and Turner described the use of arthrography to determine the presence of an open knee joint injury.
MR arthrography in calcific tendinitis of the shoulder: Diagnostic performance and pitfalls.
The Center also provides advanced studies, including MR Arthrography, MR Angiography, MRA, MRCP (Cholangiopancreatography), MR Breast, MR Prostate, Spectroscopy, Functional MRI Studies, CT, Coronary Artery Screening for Calcification, Lung Screening for Cancer, CT Angiography, Myelography, Oncology Treatment Planning, DentaScans, X-Ray and Fluoroscopy.
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