Diseases of the joints and surrounding tissues cannot be visualised
without the help of imaging techniques. These range from x-rays (which
have been available for over 100 years) to the highly sophisticated
magnetic resonance imaging scanning. The variety of imaging techniques
and indeed the quality of these images has improved radically in the
past decade and this book attempts to capture the way in which
rheumatologists and their colleagues can use a wide variety of
techniques to analyse musculoskeletal diseases which are known to exist.
This handbook provides the reader with an insight into both which imaging techniques should be applied to particular clinical problems and how the results can be used to determine the diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal conditions. It is extensively illustrated with examples of the various imaging techniques and joints to aid understanding, and is organised by anatomical region and specific musculoskeletal disorder to allow easy access to information.
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