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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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[sup][14] Close personal contact with a clinician during the arthrographic procedure was reassuring; similarly a radiologist's reassuring, thoughtful, and composed manner in a peaceful environment was important when performing such an unfamiliar intervention.
Arthrographic MRI of the shoulder is known to increase diagnostic accuracy in comparison with conventional MRI.
Twelve patients were excluded from the study since they did not fulfill the MR arthrographic criteria.
The relevance of ligament tears or perforations in the diagnosis of wrist pain: an arthrographic study.
Shoulder joint: arthrographic CT and long term follow-up, with surgical correlations Radiology 1989; 173:329-33.
Further arthrographic and arthroscopic surface evaluation are insensitive to Grade I and Grade II intrasubstance degeneration as precursors to the formation of a defined meniscal tear as described by Raunest et al.
Arthrographic and clinical ndings in patients with hemiplegic shoulder pain.
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Multidetector CT can be combined with arthrography to produce high resolution CT arthrographic images.
Perthes lesion (a variant of the Bankart lesion): MR imaging and MR arthrographic findings with surgical correlation.
Coexistence of calcific tendonitis and rotator cuff tear: An arthrographic study.
Arthrographic evaluation of injuries of the first metacarpophalangeal joint: gamekeeper's thumb.
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