Myocardial Imaging with CMR Parametric Mapping: Clinical Applications
This article provides a summary of the existing evidence for the clinical application of cardiac parametric mapping techniques. (Source: Current Radiology Reports)
Source: Current Radiology Reports - October 16, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Imaging of the Gallbladder with Multi-energy CT
AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe goal of this review article is to provide an overview of applications of multi-energy CT as they pertain to gallbladder imaging. We discuss benefits and shortcomings of MECT of various gallbladder pathology, with an emphasis on the imaging of gallstones and cholecystitis. It also touches on promising areas that warrant further investigation.Recent FindingsMECT has demonstrated improved sensitivity for cholelithiasis compared to conventional single-energy CT, with added value of MECT reconstructions, particularly virtual monoenergetic reconstructions, to detect isoattenuating gallstones. MECT io...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - October 4, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Ballistic Injury Imaging: The Basics
This article seeks to increase radiologists ’ knowledge of the pathophysiology of GSW and will review the mechanism of ballistic injury and relate these to commonly encountered imaging findings.Important PointsBallistic injuries are a combination of the direct injury caused by the bullet along its path through the tissues and the shockwave created around that path as the bullet expends its energy. CT is the gold standard in ballistic injury assessment. MRI is not contraindicated in patients with retained ballistic fragments, but should be used with caution. The number of entry/exit wound and the number of retained ba...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - October 4, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Imaging of the Gallbladder with Multi-energy CT
AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe goal of this review article is to provide an overview of applications of multi-energy CT as they pertain to gallbladder imaging. We discuss benefits and shortcomings of MECT of various gallbladder pathology, with an emphasis on the imaging of gallstones and cholecystitis. It also touches on promising areas that warrant further investigation.Recent FindingsMECT has demonstrated improved sensitivity for cholelithiasis compared to conventional single-energy CT, with added value of MECT reconstructions, particularly virtual monoenergetic reconstructions, to detect isoattenuating gallstones. MECT io...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - October 4, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Ballistic Injury Imaging: The Basics
This article seeks to increase radiologists ’ knowledge of the pathophysiology of GSW and will review the mechanism of ballistic injury and relate these to commonly encountered imaging findings.Important PointsBallistic injuries are a combination of the direct injury caused by the bullet along its path through the tissues and the shockwave created around that path as the bullet expends its energy. CT is the gold standard in ballistic injury assessment. MRI is not contraindicated in patients with retained ballistic fragments, but should be used with caution. The number of entry/exit wound and the number of retained ba...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - October 4, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Advanced Imaging of the Left Atrium with Cardiac Magnetic Resonance: A Review of Current and Emerging Methods and Clinical Applications
AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe thin wall of the left atrium (LA) is difficult to visualize. The high spatial and temporal resolution of cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) allows for the most accurate assessment of left atrial structure, function, and tissue characterization. This review will describe emerging methods used to image the LA with CMR, and will discuss associated clinical applications.Recent FindingsLA function can now be described in a dynamic fashion with feature-tracking algorithms. Novel methods have been created to augment visualization of late gadolinium enhancement (LGE) in the LA, and left atrial fibrosis c...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - September 6, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

MR Imaging of Patients with Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices (CIEDs): Implementing a Program and Optimizing CMR
We present several cases of CM R in device patients, including imaging of leadless pacemakers subcutaneous ICDs. Imaging pitfalls/artifacts in CMR interpretation are also presented.SummaryAn organized institutional workflow with an established protocol involving proper patient screening, device programming, scan monitoring, and pre- and post-ICD interrogation minimizes risk in patients with conditional and non-conditional CIEDs. Although rare, significant changes in lead performance, power-on/reset, inappropriate pacing or ICD discharges and battery voltage depletion should be documented. High-quality scans ...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - September 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Imaging and its role in tendinopathy: current evidence and the need for guidelines
(Source: Current Radiology Reports)
Source: Current Radiology Reports - September 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Quality and Safety in Emergency Radiology
AbstractPurpose of ReviewTo review and outline problems and challenges in regard to patient safety along with solutions to overcome them.Recent FindingsErrors and discrepancies in radiology practice are disappointingly common. The estimated rate of errors is more than 5% in many targeted studies. This requires a detailed review of different types of errors in radiology and potential strategies to prevent them.SummaryAn effective health care delivery system relies heavily on high degrees of skill in professionalism and communication. Strategies to prevent errors and improve communication with physicians in the Emergency Dep...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - September 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

MR Imaging of Patients with Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices (CIEDs): Implementing a Program and Optimizing CMR
We present several cases of CM R in device patients, including imaging of leadless pacemakers subcutaneous ICDs. Imaging pitfalls/artifacts in CMR interpretation are also presented.SummaryAn organized institutional workflow with an established protocol involving proper patient screening, device programming, scan monitoring, and pre- and post-ICD interrogation minimizes risk in patients with conditional and non-conditional CIEDs. Although rare, significant changes in lead performance, power-on/reset, inappropriate pacing or ICD discharges and battery voltage depletion should be documented. High-quality scans ...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - September 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Imaging and its role in tendinopathy: current evidence and the need for guidelines
(Source: Current Radiology Reports)
Source: Current Radiology Reports - September 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Quality and Safety in Emergency Radiology
AbstractPurpose of ReviewTo review and outline problems and challenges in regard to patient safety along with solutions to overcome them.Recent FindingsErrors and discrepancies in radiology practice are disappointingly common. The estimated rate of errors is more than 5% in many targeted studies. This requires a detailed review of different types of errors in radiology and potential strategies to prevent them.SummaryAn effective health care delivery system relies heavily on high degrees of skill in professionalism and communication. Strategies to prevent errors and improve communication with physicians in the Emergency Dep...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - September 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Whole Body MRI: Non-oncological Musculoskeletal Applications
AbstractPurpose of the ReviewWhole-body MRI is an emerging imaging technique on continuous evolution, used in many oncologic indications and introduced more recently in rheumatologic and systemic disorders. In this article, we review the recent musculoskeletal applications of this technique outside the field of cancer.Recent FindingsWhole-body MRI, with its high sensitivity to bone marrow and soft-tissue alterations, and ability of extensive body coverage, is progressively regarded as an effective and powerful imaging tool for the detection, staging, and monitoring under treatment of many rheumatic diseases and systemic pa...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - August 29, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Management of Lumbar Spondylolysis in Athletes: Role of Imaging
AbstractPurpose of reviewSpondylolysis is a broad term, with advances in imaging enabling more accurate diagnosis of the activity and severity of a lesion. This review discusses the role of different imaging modalities in the diagnosis and management of lumbar spondylolysis in athletes.Recent FindingsMagnetic resonance imaging(MRI) has diagnostic and practical advantages over other imaging modalities and is particularly useful for detecting early stages of bone stress, including pre-symptomatic screening for active lumbar bone stress injuries. Whilst computed tomography remains the best imaging technique to visualise corti...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - August 14, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

The Use of Ultrasound-Guided Injections for Tendinopathies
AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe purpose of the study was to review the efficacy and safety of common ultrasound-guided injections for tendinopathy conditions. Corticosteroid injections have historically been the most common injection used for tendinopathy; however, there are an increasing number of injections including platelet-rich plasma, hyaluronan, polidocanol, botulinum toxin, and high volume saline injections.Recent FindingsThere is growing evidence that while corticosteroid injections for tendinopathies usually have short-term efficacy, they may result in medium-term harm, particularly for tennis elbow (lateral epicond...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - August 10, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Static and Dynamic Ultrasound Imaging of the Iliotibial Band/Fascia Lata: Brief Review of Current Literature and Gaps in Knowledge
AbstractPurpose of the ReviewThe physiopathology of iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) remains obscure and ultrasound (US) imaging could be a low-cost modality improving our understanding of this condition as well as its diagnosis and management. This brief review synthesizes the up-to-date knowledge on static and dynamic US imaging measurements of the fascia lata and iliotibial band (ITB) in both asymptomatic individuals and patients with ITBS.Recent FindingsMean ITB thickness values for asymptomatic individuals ranged from 1.10 to 1.95  mm. Only three studies with very small sample size focused on ITBS patients and no ...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - August 9, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Optimizing Cardiac CTA Acquisition in Congenital Heart Disease
AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe purpose of this review of performance of cardiac computed tomographic angiography (CCTA) in patients with congenital heart disease (CHD) is to describe a strategy for optimizing CCTA protocols for various forms of CHD at diagnosis and throughout the lifetime of a patient.Recent FindingsRecent expert consensus statements provide key recommendations for patient selection and technical performance of CCTA with tips to optimize contrast injection, scan acquisition, and understanding anatomy and postoperative changes in patients with CHD. Spectral CT will become invaluable in acquiring image data wh...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - August 7, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Dual-Energy CT Pulmonary Angiography: Quantification of Disease Burden and Impact on Management
The objective of this article is to summarize these recent developments and discuss the appropriate use of DE-CTPA post-processing applications.Recent FindingsDE-CTPA post-processing applications enable reconstruction of virtual monoenergetic images (VMI) and color-coded iodine-perfusion maps to increase contrast conditions and visualize lung perfusion defects in case of embolic occlusion of pulmonary arteries. Both techniques revealed a superior diagnostic performance for the detection of pulmonary emboli and assessment of the pulmonary perfusion compared to the standard image reconstructions.SummaryDE-CTPA is a well-esta...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - August 7, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Optimizing Cardiac CTA Acquisition in Congenital Heart Disease
AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe purpose of this review of performance of cardiac computed tomographic angiography (CCTA) in patients with congenital heart disease (CHD) is to describe a strategy for optimizing CCTA protocols for various forms of CHD at diagnosis and throughout the lifetime of a patient.Recent FindingsRecent expert consensus statements provide key recommendations for patient selection and technical performance of CCTA with tips to optimize contrast injection, scan acquisition, and understanding anatomy and postoperative changes in patients with CHD. Spectral CT will become invaluable in acquiring image data wh...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - August 7, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Dual-Energy CT Pulmonary Angiography: Quantification of Disease Burden and Impact on Management
The objective of this article is to summarize these recent developments and discuss the appropriate use of DE-CTPA post-processing applications.Recent FindingsDE-CTPA post-processing applications enable reconstruction of virtual monoenergetic images (VMI) and color-coded iodine-perfusion maps to increase contrast conditions and visualize lung perfusion defects in case of embolic occlusion of pulmonary arteries. Both techniques revealed a superior diagnostic performance for the detection of pulmonary emboli and assessment of the pulmonary perfusion compared to the standard image reconstructions.SummaryDE-CTPA is a well-esta...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - August 7, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

How Do We Teach High-Value Radiology?
AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe healthcare environment is under tremendous flux and the rate of change is continuously increasing. Calls have been made and efforts are underway to transform medical education. In this article, trends, key drivers, and resources for both global medical education and some specific to radiology are discussed.Recent FindingsGreat strides have been made to begin shifting focus towards high-value healthcare delivery through both non-traditional methods and innovation. We are not alone in this journey; resources are readily offered by instrumental key drivers of medical education with collaboration a...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - July 11, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Augmented and Virtual Reality Navigation for Interventions in the Musculoskeletal System
AbstractPurpose of ReviewAugmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are cutting-edge technologies that offer advanced navigational solutions. These systems are just starting to be used in interventional radiology and the literature has been limited to pre-clinical and translational experiments. In this paper, we present a review of AR and VR for musculoskeletal interventions.Recent FindingsMixed reality systems have evolved from costly research systems to fully commercialized clinical instruments designed to facilitate operators in navigating complex anatomy. Studies within interventional radiology have demonstrated s...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - July 5, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Vertebral Compression Fractures in Elderly: How to Recognize and Report
AbstractPurpose of ReviewIn elderly patients, when there is no obvious evidence of malignancy on plain radiography, it can be difficult to evaluate benign and malignant vertebral fractures, because these patients are predisposed to senile osteoporosis and malignant disease. The only complaint could be back pain, as both types of fractures have the same symptoms and signs.Recent FindingsA reliable imaging modality is always required, as appropriate management and early diagnosis of malignant vertebral fractures are important.SummaryThe aim of this study was to highlight the importance of recognizing, through diagnostic tech...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - July 4, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

PET/CT and Bone Scintigraphy: Metabolic Results in Musculoskeletal Lesions
AbstractPurposeThis review aimed to provide an overview on findings from metabolic imaging modalities such as bone scintigraphy and positron emission tomography –computed tomography (PET/CT) in musculoskeletal lesions. It is conceivable that methods assessing metabolism of bone tumors, combined with the morphological assessment, could enhance the possibility for a personalized therapy with particular emphasis to malignant neoplasms.Recent FindingsThe assessment of bone tumors by conventional scintigaphic and morphological imaging has been recently integrated with the morpho-metabolic appraisal obtained by PET/CT syst...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - July 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Peer Review to Peer Learning in Radiology: Where Have  We Been, What Have We Learned and Where Are We Headed?
AbstractPurpose of reviewTo review and contrast varying methods of peer assessment driven practice quality improvement programs in radiology with an emphasis on peer review and peer learning.Recent findingsReview of the literature revealed that the current consensus is that a shift away from the original peer review system toward a peer learning process has the most beneficial effects for organizations seeking to maximally improve performance. This requires altering perceptions towards the peer review process itself, and significant time, effort, and resources.SummaryThe transition to a peer learning process is a necessity...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - July 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Vertebroplasty in Elderly Patients: A Clinical Effectiveness Analysis
AbstractPurpose of ReviewMinimally invasive vertebral augmentation procedures (VAP) have been first introduced to provide pain relief in patients with osteoporotic vertebral fractures (VF). However, in the last decade scientific literature revealed to be quite controversial about their efficacy. The aim of this review was to analyze clinical evidences from current literature, supported by our own experience.Recent FindingsCompared to conservative therapies, VAP represent an effective treatment for recent VF and, in elderly patients, reduce mortality and morbidity. Advances in technology have widened the fields of applicati...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - July 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

PET/CT and Bone Scintigraphy: Metabolic Results in Musculoskeletal Lesions
AbstractPurposeThis review aimed to provide an overview on findings from metabolic imaging modalities such as bone scintigraphy and positron emission tomography –computed tomography (PET/CT) in musculoskeletal lesions. It is conceivable that methods assessing metabolism of bone tumors, combined with the morphological assessment, could enhance the possibility for a personalized therapy with particular emphasis to malignant neoplasms.Recent FindingsThe assessment of bone tumors by conventional scintigaphic and morphological imaging has been recently integrated with the morpho-metabolic appraisal obtained by PET/CT syst...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - July 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Peer Review to Peer Learning in Radiology: Where Have  We Been, What Have We Learned and Where Are We Headed?
AbstractPurpose of reviewTo review and contrast varying methods of peer assessment driven practice quality improvement programs in radiology with an emphasis on peer review and peer learning.Recent findingsReview of the literature revealed that the current consensus is that a shift away from the original peer review system toward a peer learning process has the most beneficial effects for organizations seeking to maximally improve performance. This requires altering perceptions towards the peer review process itself, and significant time, effort, and resources.SummaryThe transition to a peer learning process is a necessity...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - July 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Vertebroplasty in Elderly Patients: A Clinical Effectiveness Analysis
AbstractPurpose of ReviewMinimally invasive vertebral augmentation procedures (VAP) have been first introduced to provide pain relief in patients with osteoporotic vertebral fractures (VF). However, in the last decade scientific literature revealed to be quite controversial about their efficacy. The aim of this review was to analyze clinical evidences from current literature, supported by our own experience.Recent FindingsCompared to conservative therapies, VAP represent an effective treatment for recent VF and, in elderly patients, reduce mortality and morbidity. Advances in technology have widened the fields of applicati...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - July 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

The Emerging Role of 7 Tesla MRI in Musculoskeletal Imaging
AbstractPurpose of ReviewTo describe the emergent role of ultra-high field (UHF) MR with respect to musculoskeletal MRI applications.Recent FindingsWith the recent US Federal Drug Administration (FDA) and European Union (EU) approval of ultra-high field (UHF) MRI below 8T for clinical use, and the availability of clinical 7T MRI systems, there is a rising interest in the potential clinical and research applications in musculoskeletal MRI.SummaryWith increases in field strength and SNR gains resulting in sharper and higher spatial resolution MRI images, there is increasing interest in UHF MRI. Although there are challenges ...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - June 2, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

CT Imaging of Cardiac Trauma
This article reviews the direct and indirect CT findings of cardiac injury. (Source: Current Radiology Reports)
Source: Current Radiology Reports - June 2, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

MRI of Acute Abdominal and Pelvic Non-obstetric Conditions in Pregnancy
This article will focus on the role of MR imaging and its applications in a variety of acute abdomen and pelvic non-obstetric conditions potentially affecting the pregnant patient.Recent FindingsNon-contrast MR imaging is routinely employed in the presence of an initial equivocal ultrasound. However, MR is playing an increasingly more important role in the imaging of the pregnant patient, potentially surpassing the utility of conventional imaging techniques.SummaryAs radiologists become more comfortable interpretating abdominal and pelvic MRI, MR will play a bigger role in imaging the pregnant patient in the emergency room...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - June 2, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

3D MRI in Musculoskeletal Imaging: Current and Future Applications
This article addresses current clinical applications, recent literature, and potential future applications of 3-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging (3D MRI) for musculoskeletal (MSK) applications.Recent FindingsThe main advantage of 3D MRI over standard 2-dimensional MRI is its ability to reduce partial volume averaging artifacts and create multiplanar reconstruction (MPRs) in any plane with any slice thickness from a single high-resolution isotropic acquisition. 3D MRI acquisitions are particularly useful for the evaluation of articular cartilage, which is prone to volume averaging artifacts, and for the assessment of ...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - June 2, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

MR Imaging of Chondrogenic Tumors: Update on Select Imaging Challenges
AbstractPurpose of ReviewThis review article discusses the updated World Health Classification of chondrogenic skeletal tumors and the role of conventional and advanced magnetic resonance (MR) imaging in the evaluation of chondrogenic skeletal lesions with emphasis on select diagnostic dilemmas.Recent FindingsThe majority of benign chondrogenic skeletal lesions have typical radiographic and MR features. Conventional MR imaging sequences can be helpful in the distinction of tumor-like lesions from chondrogenic tumors, and the evaluation of anatomic extent, particularly with regard to the detection of soft tissue masses asso...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - June 2, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

The Emerging Role of 7 Tesla MRI in Musculoskeletal Imaging
AbstractPurpose of ReviewTo describe the emergent role of ultra-high field (UHF) MR with respect to musculoskeletal MRI applications.Recent FindingsWith the recent US Federal Drug Administration (FDA) and European Union (EU) approval of ultra-high field (UHF) MRI below 8T for clinical use, and the availability of clinical 7T MRI systems, there is a rising interest in the potential clinical and research applications in musculoskeletal MRI.SummaryWith increases in field strength and SNR gains resulting in sharper and higher spatial resolution MRI images, there is increasing interest in UHF MRI. Although there are challenges ...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - June 2, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

CT Imaging of Cardiac Trauma
This article reviews the direct and indirect CT findings of cardiac injury. (Source: Current Radiology Reports)
Source: Current Radiology Reports - June 2, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Emerging Trends in Emergent Stroke Neuroimaging
This article reviews recent updates in emergent stroke neuroimaging.Recent FindingsMultiple recent randomized trials showing benefit of endovascular therapy in strokes with confirmed large-vessel occlusion emphasize need for vessel imaging, typically CTA, in addition to unenhanced head CT. In addition, because recent trials published in 2018 showed efficacy of mechanical thrombectomy at up to 24  h from symptom onset in stroke patients with favorable ischemic core and/or penumbra assessments, imaging techniques to define viable and infarcted tissue, such as DWI or CT/MR perfusion imaging, have an increasing role in em...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - May 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Hip Fractures: A Practical Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment
AbstractPurpose of ReviewTo summarize relevant anatomy, imaging, and treatment of hip fractures, and to synthesize a treatment-based approach for description and classification of hip fractures.Recent FindingsHip fractures are predominantly seen in the elderly, where they are increasing in incidence, and can substantially reduce healthy life-years. The osseous and vascular anatomy of the proximal femur can help to understand the clinical implications of various types of hip fracture. Radiographs are the principal imaging modality for assessment of hip fracture, although there is a clear role for CT and MRI for assessment o...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - May 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Insufficiency Fractures After Radiation Therapy: An Update
AbstractPurpose of ReviewRadio therapy, alone or in combination with surgery and/or chemotherapy, is commonly used to treat a variety of neoplasms, resulting in effective local tumor control. Unfortunately radiation therapy can also change the structure of the skeletal system, leading to edema, vascular congestion, areas of hemorrhage, loss of cellularity, focal bone marrow changes, fatty transformation, osteitis, hematopoietic marrow regeneration, osteolysis of symphysis pubis or sacroiliac joints, avascular necrosis, insufficiency fractures, osteoradionecrosis, and radiation-induced neoplasms.Recent FindingsThe various r...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - May 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Blunt Chest Trauma: A Radiologic Approach and Review
AbstractBlunt chest trauma, a frequent component of trauma admissions, is the second leading cause of death in motor-vehicle accidents. Additionally, it may be associated with significant morbidity in those who survive. Radiography, ultrasonography, and computed tomography (CT) have a widespread role in evaluating blunt chest trauma, importantly aiding in the diagnosis and management of injury. Herein, we discuss the most common salient injuries, imaging protocol considerations and imaging findings associated with acute blunt chest trauma. (Source: Current Radiology Reports)
Source: Current Radiology Reports - May 3, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Imaging of Acute Traumatic Aortic Injury
This article aims to review the key aspects of the imaging evaluation of acute traumatic aortic injury (ATAI) with an emphasis on factors that affect management of these patients.Recent FindingsIn the setting of trauma, the chest radiograph typically serves as the initial imaging evaluation and can be useful in detecting signs of mediastinal hematoma. In the current era, definitive diagnosis of ATAI is made with computed tomography (CT), where indirect and direct findings of ATAI can enable a confident diagnosis. Knowledge of potential technical and anatomic CT imaging pitfalls can prevent misdiagnosis of ATAI.SummaryDiagn...
Source: Current Radiology Reports - April 18, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research

Tip of the Iceberg Findings: Subtle Radiographic Abnormalities Indicating Significant Pathology in the Knee
This article will provide a review of important indicators of ligament, tendon, and osseous injuries with an emphasis on their mechanism of injury. (Source: Current Radiology Reports)
Source: Current Radiology Reports - April 18, 2018 Category: Radiology Source Type: research