Now in its Second Edition, this resident-friendly reference explains the basics of MRI...then walks readers easily through the radiologic evaluation of shoulder disorders, particularly rotator cuff disease and shoulder instability. Written in an inviting, easy-to-follow style and illustrated with more than 600 scans, this long-awaited new edition will be a favorite practical reference for residents, practicing radiologists, and orthopaedic surgeons.The book features contributions from expert radiologists and orthopaedic surgeons. Chapters review MRI techniques and shoulder anatomy, describe and illustrate MRI findings for a wide variety of conditions, and explain how abnormalities seen on MR images relate to pathophysiology and clinical signs.There is extensive circumferential tear and detachment of the labrum (arrows). ... diagnosis of SLAP lesions, Bencardino and coworkers studied (135) 52 patients who underwent arthroscopy or open surgery. ... SLAP lesions may be treated with arthroscopic debridement, excision of a portion of the labrum, or labral repair.
|Title||:||MRI of the Shoulder|
|Author||:||Michael B. Zlatkin|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2003|