Knee radiograph

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on knee radiograph. Knee Radiograph – AP 1, Lateral condyle of femur 2, Femur 3, Patella 4, Medial condyle of femur 5, Medial intercondylar tubercle of tibia. 6, Tibia 7, Fibula Knee Radiograph – Lateral 1, Patella 2, Tibial tuberosity 3, Tibia 4, Femur 5, Medial condyle

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Hip Radiography

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on hip radiograph. Hip radiography, AP view. 1, Acetabular fossa 2, Femoral head 3, Greater trochanter 4, Lesser trochanter 5, Femur 6, Obturator foramen 7, Inferior pubic ramus 8, Superior pubic ramus 9, Sacrum4 10, Iliac wing Hip radiography, “frog leg” lateral view. 1, Pubic symphysis 2,

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Hand radiography

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on hand radiography. Hand radiography – AP projection 1, 1st metacarpal. 2, Base of 2nd metacarpal. 3, Head of 2nd metacarpal. 4, Proximal phalanx. 5, Middle phalanx. 6, Distal phalanx. 7, Proximal interphalangeal joint. 8, Distal interphalangeal joint. 9, Metacarpophalangeal joint. 10, Radius.11, Ulna

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Forearm X-ray

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on forearm x-ray. AP Projection. 1, Humerus. 2, Radius. 3, Ulna. 4, Scaphoid. 5, Lunate. 6, Triquetrum. 7, Capitatum bone. 8, Metacarpal bone. 9, Metacarpophalangeal joint. 10, Proximal interphalangeal joint. 11, Proximal Phalanx. 12, Distal phalanx. Arrow, Fracture. *, Epiphysial plate. Lateral projection. This webpage presents the

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Foot X-ray

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on foot radiograph. Elbow Radiograph – Lateral projection 1, Fibula 2, Cuboid 3, 5th Metatarsal Bone 4, Tibia 5, Talus 6, Navicular 7, Cuneiform 8, 1st Metatarsal Bone 9, Proximal phalanx 10, Distal phalanx Elbow Radiograph – Lateral projection 1, Calcaneus 2, Cuboid 3, 5th Metatarsal Bone

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Elbow Radiograph

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on elbow radiographs. Elbow Radiograph – AP projection 1, Humerus. 2, Medial epicondyle. 3, Lateral epicondyle. 4, Olecranon fossa. 5, Capitulum. 6, Radius. 7, Radial head. 8, Ulna. 9, Olecranon. 10, Coronoid process. Elbow Radiograph – Lateral projection 1, Humerus. 5, capitulum. 6, Radius. 7, Radial head.

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MRI of the Hip: Detailed Anatomy

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on hip MRI. T1 Axial view T1 Coronal view T1 Axial view Hip MRI Anatomy: T1-weighted axial view. Image 1. 1, Iliacus m. 2, Rectus abdominis m. 3, Ilium. 4, Gluteus medius m. 5, Gluteus minimus m. 6, Gluteus maximus m. Hip MRI Anatomy: T1-weighted axial view.

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Atlas of Knee MRI Anatomy

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on knee MRI. T1 Coronal view T2-FATSAT Axial view T2-FATSAT Coronal view T2-FATSAT Sagittal view T1 Coronal view MRI of the knee: T1-weighted, coronal view. Image 1. 1, Patella. 2, Quadriceps tendon. MRI of the knee: T1-weighted, coronal view. Image 2. 1, Vastus medialis muscle. 2, Quadriceps

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DEXA Scan

Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) is the therapeutic standard for measuring bone mineral density.

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Arthrogram

Johns Hopkins Medicine defines arthrography as an imaging method to assess joints, such as the shoulder, knee, and hip(1). This procedure may be performed if standard X-rays do not offer the necessary information about the joint’s anatomy and function. Arthrography may be indirect, in which contrast material is injected into the blood, or direct

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