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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The technique for arthrography was developed by injecting tinted latex into the metatarsophalangeal joint capsule of the excised limb of an ostrich aged 215 days.
Comparison of conventional MRI and MR arthrography in the evaluation wrist ligament tears: A preliminary experience.
There are several modalities which can be used to image the ulnar collateral ligament including radiography, sonography, CT arthrography and MRI.
The value of magnetic resonance arthrography of the temporomandibular joint in imaging disc adhesions and perforations.
Bergman, "The use of CT and CT arthrography in diagnosing equine stifle injury in a Rheinlander gelding," Equine Veterinary Journal, vol.
Pavic R, Margetic P, Bensic M and Brnadic RL (2013): Diagnostic value of US, MR and MR arthrography in shoulder instability.
Magnetic resonance (MR) arthrography of the hip is a well-proven and useful technique for the diagnosis of intra-articular lesions, especially of the acetabular labrum.
Lateral tomography, joint arthrography, computed tomography scanning and magnetic resonance imaging are often being used to confirm the diagnosis.
Attempted MR arthrography, with resultant extra-articular contrast extravasation, accounts for the increased signal within the left iliopsoas muscle as seen on the axial images (arrow in Fig.
5) studied 94 patients with paraplegia and found 5% to have aseptic necrosis of the humeral head and 16% had rotator cuff tears documented by arthrography.
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