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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has provided a totally new approach to evaluating the musculoskeletal soft tissues; it demonstrates many structures that were relatively invisible to established imaging techniques. MRI can show vascular and articular structures that could previously be seen only...
Injury-related imaging has emerged as one of the more commonly used and enthusiastically accepted areas of musculoskeletal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The multiplanar capability of the technique coupled with its soft tissue contrast resolution make MRI superbly suited for evaluation of the...
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has established itself as a valuable tool for bone marrow imaging.1–3It has proven to be the most sensitive technique available for imaging a variety of bone marrow disorders, in many cases with sensitivity comparable or superior to nuclear medicine studies and...
Is a few short years, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has established for itself an increasingly prominent role in the evaluation of the solitary tumor or tumorlike lesion of bone.1–7This new technique now either complements or competes with preexisting diagnostic modalities that include...
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