By Marcello Osimani, Claudio Chillemi (auth.)
This book, in A to Z layout, is a succinct yet wide-ranging advisor to using MRI for investigations of the knee joint. It presents simply retrievable solutions to the questions that come up usually in the course of day-by-day radiological perform. All appropriate accidents and problems are lined, usually with short descriptions of pathological and medical features, suggestions on number of imaging method, identity of strength diagnostic clues, and highlighting of important counsel and methods. furthermore, functional, cutting-edge info is supplied on different elements of relevance. attribute photos are integrated as worthy. Knee Imaging, released in the sequence A-Z Notes in Radiological perform and Reporting,will be of worth for either citizens and common radiologists. past supporting in MR reporting, it is going to aid exam applicants of their preparation.
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Med Phys 38(12):6672–6682 Koike M, Nose H, Takagi S et al (2015) A skyline-view imaging technique for axial projection of the patella: a clinical study. Radiol Phys Technol 8(2):174–177 Weber E, Theisen D, Wilmes P et al (2016) A new quantitative measure for radiologic osteoarthritis of the lateral knee compartment distinguishes patients with longstanding lateral meniscectomy from non-pathological knees. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 24(5):1569–1574 L Lateral Knee Capsule The later capsule has several ligamentous and tendon structures divisible in anterior stabilizers and posterior ones.
M. Osimani, C. 1007/978-88-470-3950-6_2, © Springer-Verlag Italia 2017 13 14 B Figure 1 Bone bruise: sagittal PD FS image shows hyperintense areas on the anterior aspect of the femur and on the posterior aspect of the tibia (arrows), suggesting a bone impact during pivot shift Bosch-Bock Bump It is a protruding osseous excrescence located 2–5 mm below the lateral articular margin of the tibia. This should be a sign of a chronic tear of the ACL. Bucket-Handle Tear A bucket-handle tear is defined as a longitudinal tear with displacement of the “handle” fragment (Fig.
The medial injury is the most common ligamentous injury of the knee, as the prevalence of sport-related valgus stress on the knee and the complex three anatomic layers of the medial capsule (see MCL, anatomy lemma). Tears of LCL are also very often associated with ALC or PCL lesions, because of the stabilization function of the posterolateral corner. • Radiography: Plain film may demonstrate associated bone lesions as calcifications in the chronic phase of the tear as calcification of MCL, named Pellegrini-Stieda disease or avulsion fractures as Segond fracture or fracture of the fibular head in the LCL lesions.
Knee Imaging by Marcello Osimani, Claudio Chillemi (auth.)