quickster2008's version from 2015-06-01 02:17


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radio contrast of materials being xrayedair(least dense, black) fat muscle bone metal or lead
medial oblique ankle projection90 deg ??
5 step approachquality, soft tissue, bone, joints and joint space, biomechanics
what disorders would have licked candy stick appearance of metatarsals?RA, psoriatic arthritis, hypotrophic charcot (tapering of the tips of the mets)
what would hypertrophic charcot look on X-ray?huge inflammatory response of the soft tissue. The cuneiforms, navicular and cuboid would all appear smashed together in the midfoot
radiographic findings of osteoarthritisasymmetrical narrowing of jt spaces, eburnation, formation of subchondral cysts, presence of jt mice, bouchard and herberden nodes
radiographic findings of ankylosing spondylitisradiographic findings primarily affecting the axial skeleton(SI jt), ages 15-35, shiny corner sign, bamboo spine(syndesmophwytes), erosions->reactive->sclerosis->ankylosis
hypertrophic charcot classificationx
gouty arthritis radiographic findings
neuropathic jt dz hypertrophic formx
osteoarthritis radiographic findingsx
Dish radiographic findingsx