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Items tagged “joint”

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Case

Lipoma arborescens

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Micheál Breen
Published 25 Nov 2013
77% complete
UltrasoundMRIX-ray
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Pubic symphysis

The pubic symphysis (or symphysis pubis) is a midline secondary amphiarthrodial cartilaginous joint of the bony pelvis, uniting both pubic bodies. Gross anatomy Articulations The pubic symphysis is a secondary cartilaginous joint, which means there is a wedge-shaped fibrocartilaginous interpu...
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Tibial plateau

The tibial plateau is the proximal articular surface of the tibia. Gross anatomy The tibial plateau is composed of two parts: concave articular surfaces of the oval-shaped medial and circular-shaped lateral tibial condyles (medial and lateral tibial plateaus) the medial tibial plateau is lar...
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Heberden node

Heberden nodes are a clinical examination sign related to the hands, most commonly found at the dorsolateral aspect of the distal interphalangeal joint (DIPJ) and are a moderate-to-strong marker of osteoarthritis 1,2.   Previously, Heberden nodes and DIP osteophytes were thought to be synonymou...
Case

Primary synovial osteochondromatosis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 14 Jun 2014
75% complete
X-ray
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Gouty arthropathy

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 20 Jun 2014
91% complete
X-ray
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Patellofemoral joint

The patellofemoral joint is a synovial joint between the condyles of the femur and the articular surface of the patella. It is part of the knee joint. Gross anatomy Components medial, lateral and odd facet on the posterior surface of the patella articulate with the medial and lateral condyles...
Case

Milwaukee shoulder (early)

 Diagnosis possible
Dr Domenico Nicoletti
Published 15 Jun 2017
55% complete
X-rayAnnotated image
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Dislocated first metatarsophalangeal joint

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Tom Elswood
Published 31 Jul 2017
91% complete
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Arthrogram

An arthrogram (or arthrography) is a commonly performed procedure in musculoskeletal radiology, which can refer to both an injection into a joint, and cross-sectional imaging after a joint is injected. Indications Arthrograms are performed for a variety of indications including:  labral tear ...
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Arthrogram (CT)

A CT arthrogram is a CT performed after a joint is injected with a solution containing iodinated contrast.  They are not commonly abbreviated to CTA, which will be confused with CT angiography. An arthrogram also refers to the procedure of injecting a joint. Indications shoulder - instability/...
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Arthrogram (anesthetic)

An arthrogram injection is a procedure in which a solution is administered into a joint under imaging guidance.  These procedures are more accurately named direct arthrogram injections, although they are routinely known as arthrograms.  Fluoroscopy, ultrasound, and CT can be used for image guida...

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