Arthrography of the knee joint by Cornelis Jacob Pieter Thijn

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Knee -- Diseases -- Diagnosis.,
  • Knee -- Radiography.,
  • Contrast media.

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StatementCornelis J. P. Thijn ; foreword by J. R. Blickman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC951 .T47
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Paginationxi, 155 p. :
Number of Pages155
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4738812M
ISBN 100387091297
LC Control Number78031982

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Arthrography is a type of imaging test used to look at a joint, such as the shoulder, knee, or hip. It may be done if standard X-rays do not show the needed details of the joint structure and function. In arthrography, a long, thin needle is used to put contrast dye right into the joint and a series of X-rays is taken with the joint in various.

However, in the same exact and thorough way as in his colon studies, he has examined the knee joint. Considering that the knee is one of the most heavily taxed joints in man, with a multitude of afflictions, many of them closely connected with the age of the individual, radiological investiga­ tion has shown very few innovations over the decades.

Superbly illustrated and thoroughly up to date, Specialty Imaging: Arthrography, by Dr. Julia R. Crim, is a one-stop resource, covering everything you need to know about joint access under fluoroscopy and ultrasound, as well as the use of CT and MR arthrography for accurate diagnosis of musculoskeletal injuries and diseases.

With a practical, clinically oriented focus, it brings you fully up Pages:   This book teaches how to perform joint injections under fluoroscopic guidance, using text, images and video demonstrations. Topics covered include: informed consent, anesthesia and sedation, equipment needed for arthrography, and how to prepare the contrast mixture for MR arthrography.3/5(3).

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Arthrography of the knee joint. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Online version: Thijn, Cornelis Jacob Pieter, Arthrography of the knee joint. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Just prior to World War II the advent of arthrography as a double contrast investigation, as promoted by Oberholzer, was a real breakthrough.

Keywords Arthrographie Kniegelenkerkrankung articular cartilage cartilage joint capsule knee meniscus retropattelar cartilage, conciate ligament. Atlas of the anatomy of the joint of the knee on a CT arthrogram in axial, coronal, and sagittal sections, on a 3D images and on conventional arthrogram.

V isualization of the internal structures of the knee joint was first described in but has failed to gain wide acceptance in this country. The bulk of the American reports are based on the use of air as the contrast agent.

This has been shown repeatedly to be an inferior medium, though it may enhance details in double-contrast meniscography, as shown recently by Zakrisson (1).Cited by: 4. Essentials of Arthrography ©Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD ©Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Injection Cocktails ©Ken L Schreibman, PhD/MD Therapeutic Tool Inject therapeutic agent into a joint Hyaluronan (visco-supplementation) Steroid: weeks-months pain relief Diagnostic Tool.

Arthrography What is arthrography. Arthrography is a type of imaging test used to look at a joint, such as the shoulder, knee, or hip. It may be done if standard X-rays don't show the needed details of the joint structure and function.

The joint capacity is more than 40 ml but diagnostic arthrography is appropriately performed with a volume of ml. Fig. 14 Anterior approach targeting the lateral femoral condyle as shown on a diagrammatic representation of the knee joint (a) with a transverse section through the femoral condyles (b).Cited by: 9.

Get this from a library. Arthrography of the Knee Joint. [Cornelis Jacob Pieter Thijn] -- It is a great pleasure to introduce this book and its writer to the reader. Thijn has been interested in double contrast studies since he wrote his thesis on the double contrast examina­ tion of.

Knee. MR or CT arthrography of the knee is usually reserved for postoperative evaluation of the meniscus. The knee is commonly accessed for therapeutic joint injection or viscosupplementation and less commonly for joint aspiration. Several techniques Cited by: Takes images of your joint in different positions with either X-ray, fluoroscopy, MRI, or CT Arthrography with fluoroscopy takes about 30 minutes.

With CT or MRI, it could take up to 2 hours. In light of these results and other data from the literature, MR-arthrography can be indicated as an alternative to CT-arthrography in various clinical situations: detection of recurrent tears on operated menisci, search for cartilaginous lesions or foreign bodies in the joint space, and preoperative assessment before chondral repair by: In recent years, arthrography of the knee, this area, defining for the reader the intricacies shoulder, and hip has become increasingly of the radiologic studies and detailing the important in the evaluation of the numerous nuances of technique which may expedite the disorders which affect these major joints.

Arthrography (Greek arthron, meaning “joint”) is radiography of a joint or arthrography, opaque arthrography, and double-contrast arthrography are terms used to denote radiologic examinations of the soft tissue structures of joints (menisci, ligaments, articular cartilage, bursae) after the injection of one or two contrast agents into the capsular space.

Which of the following is generally true for knee arthrography. A common nontrauma clinical indication is a Baker's cyst. A minimum of 20 mL of positive contrast media is introduced into joint.

During fluoroscopy, views are taken of each meniscus with the knee rotated 30° between exposures. arthrography: procedure showing interior outline of a joint after contrast (dye) medium or air has been injected intraarticularly; tendon, ligament, or meniscal tears and articular cartilage injuries can be detected in this manner; also called arthrogram.

Imaging modalities. To put pressure against a joint in an attempt to widen the side of the affected joint. For arthrography of the knee, what is the purpose of a stress device.

To permit better distribution of the contrast medium around the meniscus. Charles E. DeCamp DVM, MS, Susan L. Schaefer MS, DVM, in Brinker, Piermattei and Flo's Handbook of Small Animal Orthopedics and Fracture Repair (Fifth Edition), Arthrography.

An arthrogram is a radiograph of a joint after a contrast substance such as an iodine solution, air, or both have been injected.

Injection techniques are discussed later in the arthrocentesis section. The opening general principles section includes chapters on arthrographic appearance of arthritides, basic techniques, therapeutic injections, tenosynography, and ultrasound-guided aspiration.

Subsequent sections focus on the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, sacroiliac joint, knee, ankle, and by: 3. Knee MR or CT Arthrogram!!!. INDICATIONS. MR Arthrography. • Evaluation of the menisci in the post operative knee • CT Arthrography • Evaluation of the menisci in patients in whom a MRI is contraindicated • Loose bodies • Chondromalacia • Osteochondral fracture of the patella.

TECHNIQUE. Position the fluoroscopic tube over the File Size: 1MB. Specialty Imaging: Arthrography 2nd Edition PDF Superbly illustrated and thoroughly up to date, Specialty Imaging: Arthrography, by Dr.

Julia R. Crim, is a one-stop resource, covering everything you need to know about joint access under fluoroscopy and ultrasound, as well as the use of CT and MR arthrography for accurate diagnosis of. These In this excellent work by Murray K. Dalinka, include the ankle, hindfoot, elbow, wrist, and M.

D., arthrography of a number of major joints small joints of the hand and foot. The chapter is considered in detail. Dalinka, a recog­ on arthrotomography of the temporomandib­ nized authority in skeletal radiology and par­ ular joint by Dr.

Air arthrography was performed by the injection of to cc of unfiltered room air, using a conventional lateral approach at the level of the superior aspect of the patella. A vertical beam technic was employed, with joint distraction produced by block Cited by: 3.

CT arthrography uses computed tomography (CT) scanning to generate high-resolution images of the inside of a joint (e.g., shoulder, knee, wrist, ankle) to evaluate joint abnormalities and to help diagnose unexplained joint pain. In direct arthrography, a contrast material (dye) is injected directly into the joint.

Specialty Imaging: Arthrography. 2nd edition, by Julia R. Crim. Superbly illustrated and thoroughly up to date, Specialty Imaging: Arthrography, by Dr. Julia R. Crim, is a one-stop resource, covering everything you need to know about joint access under fluoroscopy and ultrasound, as well as the use of CT and MR arthrography for accurate diagnosis of musculoskeletal injuries and diseases.

Knee Arthrography: A Practical Approach, by RD Wolffe. Philadelphia, Saunders, I pages. illustrations, $ There are now a number of comprehensive accounts of arthroscopy from Jackson Author: Jonathan Noble.

The application of external heat increases uptake of intravenously administered Gd contrast into the knee joint, and may help to optimize indirect MR arthrography at a relatively low cost.

View. Provides key concepts and imaging approaches needed to analyze arthrographic images of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, sacroiliac joint, knee, ankle, and foot Covers the increasing use of ultrasound-guided arthrography, including a comprehensive discussion of tenosynography (contrast injection.

Superbly illustrated and thoroughly up to date, Specialty Imaging: Arthrography, by Dr. Julia R. Crim, is a one-stop resource, covering everything you need to know about joint access under fluoroscopy and ultrasound, as well as the use of CT and MR arthrography for accurate diagnosis of musculoskeletal injuries and diseases.

With a practical, clinically oriented focus, it brings you fully up. Arthrography (Joint X-ray, Arthrogram) Procedure overview What is arthrography. Arthrography is a type of X-ray used to examine a joint, such as the knee or hip, when standard X-rays are not adequate. A series of X-rays is taken with the joint in various positions after contrast dye is placed in the joint.

Knee arthrography done with the double contrast and spot film technique is a highly accurate method of evaluating the knee of a patient suspected of having an internal derangement. Its greatest. Superbly illustrated and thoroughly up to date, Specialty Imaging: Arthrography, by Dr. Julia R. Crim, is a one-stop resource, covering everything you need to know about joint access under fluoroscopy and ultrasound, as well as the use of CT and MR arthroPages: An arthrography is an alternative name for an arthrogram, a series of images of a joint after injection of a contrast medium.

For a radiographic study that’s done after the joint is injected, use code Radiologic examination, shoulder, arthrography, radiological supervision and interpretation. Code Fluoroscopic guidance for needle placement (eg, biopsy, aspiration, injection, localization device) is used instead of when fluoroscopic guidance is used.

Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In good all round condition.

Dust Jacket in good condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN Seller Inventory # Arthrograms are an imaging modality that involves injecting radio opaque dye into the joint. Prior to the development of MRI scans and CT scans, this was the common method of diagnosing meniscal tears as the dye would flow into the tear and certain image patterns would develop on the x-rays.

Arthrography (Joint x-ray) joints, especially the knee, wrist and elbow, as well as rotator cuff tears or damage from a shoulder The limitations of arthrography include: • shoulder joint - this is a shoulder arthrogram.

Partial tears of the rotator cuff may not be detectedFile Size: KB. The text is divided into 14 chapters dealing with specific joints. Five chapters are devoted to the knee and its internal structures, and the remaining are concerned with the shoulder, elbow, hip, talocalcaneonavicular joint, ankle, and wrist with a separate chapter on the hip in.

MR arthrography is an intra-articular use of gadolinium to diagnose rotator cuff tears, glenoid labral disruption and chondral defects. The procedure is usually involves injecting a very dilute solution of contrast in saline at a ratio of or a very thin concentration of gadolinium into the joint capsule under fluoroscopic control followed by conventional magnetic resonance imaging.

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