Dr Paul Siffri discusses his routine X-rays for patients being investigated for knee arthritis. This is Part 1 of his series.
From 'Learning Radiology' - a presentation about bony knee trauma.
Published on Jun 18, 2013 A video tutorial in interpreting radiographs of the knee joint and surrounding structures. This is the fifth video in a series of five by TeachMeAnatomy -- have a look at the rest at www.teachmeanatomy.info.
How to read your knee MRI - by Dr Chris Centano.
How to interpret knee X-rays - Part 2 - the lateral view.
How to interpret knee X-rays - Part 1 - the AP view.
Systematic Interpretation of Knee MRI: How I do it
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Figure 3 - MRI of a wrist with Kienbocks disease showing loss of blood supply to the lunate in a patient with a short ulna
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Sagittal T2-weighted MRI of lumbar spine
Figure 2: Axial T1W MRI of cervical spine shows syrinx (white arrow)
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