arthrogram


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arthrogram

[′är·thrə‚gram]
(medicine)
A roentgenogram of a joint space after injection of radiopaque material.
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The first reported arthrogram of the knee was obtained in 1905.
Likewise, Weishaupt and colleagues demonstrated that, among the patients with documented biceps tendon "pulley lesion," the most consistent finding on an MR (magnetic resonance) arthrogram was a signal abnormality on the superior border of the ST insertion.
When plain radiographs are inconclusive, a fluoroscopically assisted arthrogram can be used to detect hip joint violation or an intracapsular bullet (Fig.
For this reason, communication between the radiocarpal and midcarpal compartments during fluoroscopic or MR arthrograms does not necessarily represent a symptomatic finding or reflect a traumatic tear of the ligament.
The rest of the morning to midday was spent performing and interpreting CT arthrograms of various joints, with the afternoons spent in the MRI unit interpreting about 17 cases of a variety of MSK pathologies.
She works in outpatient radiology at seven different sites, performing examinations such as arthrograms, voiding cystourethrograms and hysterosalpingograms, as well as inserting PICC lines.
Plain films, stress views, and arthrograms, which have been used to diagnose ruptures of the ulnar collateral ligament, do not provide sufficiently accurate images in diagnosing Stener lesions.
The diagnosis of intercarpal ligamentous injury in the absence of a gross deformity is difficult with plain radiographs, ultrasound, arthrograms, and even magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Tears at the rotator cuff footprint: Prevalence and imaging characteristics in 305 MR arthrograms of the shoulder.