By Melanie A. Hopper, Andrew J. Grainger (auth.), Philip Robinson (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1441959726

ISBN-13: 9781441959720

ISBN-10: 1441959734

ISBN-13: 9781441959737

This hugely illustrated, functional ebook presents a scientific method of the radiological evaluate of all major activities accidents. Imaging positive aspects are awarded in addition to dialogue of the impression of those findings on remedy and image-guided interventions. for every anatomical zone, the underlying biomechanical positive factors that produce harm are explored. All imaging modalities are featured, with emphasis on MRI, MR arthrography, CT, and ultrasound. A concise consultant to activities accidents, this ebook might help clinicians quick determine definitely the right imaging thoughts to most sensible serve their patients.

This up to date source is a wonderful, high-yield source for radiologists, emergency radiologists, orthopedists, and activities medication execs. foreign specialists supply information as to how activities accidents ensue and the way to acknowledge correct imaging findings.

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40). They may have a flap-like configuration or show linear clefts or fissures. A. J. Grainger Fig. 40 Osteochondral fracture with loose body. Coronal (a) and axial (b) proton density images with fat saturation. (a) A focal articular cartilage defect is seen in the lateral femoral condyle with associated bone marrow oedema (arrow). Note the acute angle edges of the defect reflecting the traumatic nature of the injury. (b) On the sagittal image the osteochondral loose body that has arisen from the defect shown in a is identified posteriorly behind the posterior horn of the medial meniscus (arrow) from chronic degeneration is usually more diffuse and there will often be multiple defects with variable size and depth.

These are: • The degree of lateralisation of the patellar tendon as it approaches its insertion into the tibia • The congruency between the patella and femoral trochlea articular surfaces The former of these is a reflection of the Q angle described above. This can be assessed clinically or with leg length plain radiographs by lines joining the anterior superior iliac spine and patellar and the tibial tubercle. A CT scanogram can also be used but the Q angle cannot be assessed from axial imaging.

MR imaging and ultrasound readily show discontinuity in the tendon which may be palpable clinically. Quadriceps Tendon Disease The quadriceps tendon forms from tendon contributions from the four quadriceps muscles (vastus medialis, intermedius and lateralis and rectus femoris) and inserts into the proximal pole of the patella. A component of the tendon from rectus femoris continues over the superficial surface of the patella to become part of the patellar tendon. Additionally, components from the vastus medialis and lateralis, respectively, merge with the medial and lateral patellar retinaculae with attachments into the patella and the femoral condyles [35].

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