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Problem Solving in Musculoskeletal Imaging with CD-ROM - 1st Edition
Background Introduction DTS is emerging as a clinically effective technique in imaging many anatomical areas. Its clinical value and application has been recognized in the context of musculoskeletal imaging due to its ability to illustrate excellent anatomical detail and pathology by minimisingthe effect of overlying structures.
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DTS can be appliedto the diagnosis of musculoskeletal abnormalities. The main benefits include: The diagnosis of fractures occult on standard digital imaging Identifying bone Imaging findings OR Procedure details Imaging findings DTS has been utilised in imaging effectively in various anatomical areas to enable greater anatomical detail and help in problem solving where there has been diagnostic uncertainty in the interpretation standard digital radiographs.
DTS aids in Improved anatomical detail Identification of fractures occult on standard imaging Clarification of diagnostic uncertainty Anatomical detail Facial views DTS demonstrates the bony anatomy of the orbits and facial bonesmore clearly and Conclusion Digital tomosynthesis has demonstrated itself to be an useful tool in the imaging armamentarium. It aids in early diagnosis and is an useful problem solving tool.enter
Problem Solving In Musculoskeletal Imaging
It is a low dose alternative to computed tomography in the imaging of musculoskeletal pathology Leads to a more prompt diagnosis — Benefits the patient — Benefits the healthcare provider DTS is an effective adjunct to standard digital radiography, especially in cases of diagnostic uncertainty. We have had experience in working with Digital Tomosynthesis References J. Cole, D. Emerton, A Mackenzie et al.
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Through the use of one of our state-of-the-art teleradiology suites, the MSK team provides subspecialty expertise and timely interpretations to hospitals, imaging centers and physician practices throughout North Texas. This includes imaging of the feet, ankles, knees, hips, hands, wrists, elbows and shoulders. Magnetic Resonance Imaging MRI of non-extremity joints: pelvis, sternoclavicular, sacroiliac and symphysis pubis.
Computed Tomography CT of bones and joints. MR arthrography — helps physicians evaluate a particular joint to determine if treatment, surgery or replacement is necessary. Bone and soft tissue biopsies — minimally invasive image-guided procedure to obtain a sample of a bone or soft tissue for further testing.