MRI shows changes in the hip following arthroscopic hip surgery, in both symptomatic and asymptomatic patients.
Radiographs can provide anatomic evaluation and appropriate starting point when investigating possible musculoskeletal infection.
Decision to perform radiographs of children presenting with wrist traumas can be based on the Amsterdam Pediatric Wrist rule or one of three other clinical decision rules.
Knee MRIs with natural language processing may help classify imaging reports.
CT for bone density and muscle mass may help predict noncancer death among men with localized prostate cancer.
Case History: 16-year-old male developed right leg pain after playing basketball while wearing sandals.
Assessment of MRI findings following arthroscopic hip surgery among symptomatic and asymptomatic patients.
Images obtained by 4D CT may help physicians evaluate subtalar instability.
When radiologists and surgeons use the same terminology for facial fractures, surgical management is expedited.
Radiologists can determine synovial patterns among patients with total knee arthroplasty.