Musculoskeletal curriculum

The musculoskeletal curriculum is one of our curriculum articles and aims to be a collection of articles that represent the core musculoskeletal knowledge.

Topics pertaining to bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments, but excluding the skeletal structures of the head.

Core anatomical topics include:

Upper limb
Lower limb and pelvis
Spine and chest wall

Plain radiography is the baseline imaging modality in most musculoskeletal problems. Other common musculoskeletal imaging modalities and imaging-guided procedures include:

Upper limb
Lower limb
Bone tumours

There are a bewildering number of bone tumours. Below are listed those considered important either because they are common, or because they are important or because the have specific imaging findings. For a more complete list, please refer to : bone tumours.

Soft tissue tumours
Congenital and developmental
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