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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) arthrography of the ankle is a useful diagnostic modality in the detection and staging of lateral ankle ligament tears, particularly in patients who fail to respond to conservative management. MRI arthrography also may be helpful in determining the extent of...
Injuries of the peroneal tendons include tendinosis, lenosynovitis, tears, and dislocation. These injuries are being delected with greater frequency since The advent of MRI. After a review of the normal MRI anatomy of the peroneal tendons, this article will focus on the MR features of peroneal...
Neuropathic osteoarthropathy occurs commonly in patients with long-standing diabetes mellitus and is one ot the leading causes ot debilitating complications of the foot. In this article, the pathologic and radiologic features of neuropathic joint disease are reviewed, with an emphasis on MRI.
There are many causes for pain in the region of the ankle and foot. Magnetic resonance imaging can be useful for identifying some of these causes. This article addresses the following etiologies: tarsal tunnel syndrome, sinus tarsi syndrome, osteochondral and stress fractures, the painful...
Distinction of normal from disease is one of the principal tenets in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) interpretation of the foot and ankle. Therefore, familiarity with normal anatomic variants and pitfalls in the foot and ankle is crucial for accurate diagnostic analysis of MR images. This...
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