Musculoskeletal Imaging

Musculoskeletal Imaging

23-year-old male with a known undisclosed disease presents with left elbow pain.

Male child of normal intelligence sent for skeletal survey for coarse facial features, short stature and spinal deformity.

Visit our Strangest Imaging Case slideshow and then cast your vote here on which case is the most curious.

My training in hypnosis has made me a better radiologist, but you don’t have to be a hypnotist to increase patient satisfaction.

Use of tomosynthesis for orthopedic and chest imaging offers greater study clarity and reduced dose.

Using a half dose of contrast with 3-T MRI for patients with early rheumatoid arthritis shows identical image quality as full-dose.


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