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This article discusses the normal magnetic resonance (MR) appearance, functional anatomy, and biomechanics of the knee joint. Technical considerations of MR imaging of the knee are covered first: coil selection, positioning, and pulse sequences. Useful sequences for both routine examinations and...
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is the technique of choice to depict normal anatomy and to image internal derangements of the knee. The overall accuracy of this method can reach approximately 94%. MRI can effectively replace diagnostic arthroscopy for evaluation of meniscal and...
A variety of bone and cartilage abnormalities can be demonstrated on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which can play an important role in the diagnosis and management of these abnormalities. Ischemic bone lesions, including medullary bone infarction, primary osteonecrosis, and the...
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the knee is the most frequently performed joint MRI examination. The use of MRI has revolutionized assessment of both intra-articular and periarticular musculoskeletal masses about the knee and has largely supplanted other radiologic methods of evaluation. The...
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