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Postoperative axiography is compared to preoperative findings and repeated regularly. Postoperative arthroscopy is avoided because of its invasiveness. Plain films comprise panorama views, the axial skull view, the Schüller view in closed and open mouth position, and the Clementschitsch view....
Magnetic resonance imaging plays an important role in the therapeutic follow-up of patients with bone tumors. Follow-up includes monitoring of response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy prior to limb salvage surgery, assessment of local recurrence of tumor, differentiation of suspected recurrence from...
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the postoperative hip for delineation of various pathological conditions has been established in addition to conventional radiography and computed tomography. MRI provides superior soft-tissue contrast than the orher imaging modalities, and it can be used for...
Because disability and pain may persist or recur after shoulder surgery, visualization of the postoperative shoulder before further treatment is of great interest. Postoperative status is reevaluated most frequently after rotator cuff repair, capsulorrhaphy in patients with chronic instability....
During the last decade, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) mostly has replaced computed tomography for evaluation of spinal surgery patients. The inherent advantages of MRI are obvious for this particularly difficult field of imaging. With MRI, it is possible to demonstrate anatomic as well as...
Due to the recent development of arthroscopic techniques in meniscal surgery and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, an increasing number of postoperative patients are referred for a magnetic resonance examination of the knee because of recurrent injury. Contrary to the nonoperative...
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