By Thomas H. Berquist MD FACR
Written by way of one of many major specialists in musculoskeletal radiology, this orthopaedic primer familiarizes radiologists with the symptoms, purposes, strength issues, and radiologic review of orthopaedic fixation units, home equipment, and joint prostheses. The publication examines the imaging modalities utilized in the evaluate of orthopaedic fixation units and prostheses, the medical and imaging good points and basic visual appeal of those units, and the imaging positive factors and perfect modalities for comparing problems. greater than 1,900 illustrations supplement the text.
Note: This e-book is a condensed model of Berquist’s Imaging Atlas of Orthopaedic home equipment and Prostheses, which released in 1994.
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Lateral radiograph demonstrates subluxation or the subtalar and talonavicular joints. The dislocations have partially reduced. ◗ Fig. 2-47 Boot-top fracture. Anteroposterior (AP) radiograph of the leg demonstrating fractures at the junction of the mid and distal thirds of the tibia and fibula. ◗ Fig. 2-46 Bennett fracture. Radiograph of the hand demonstrating an oblique intra-articular fracture at the base of the first metacarpal (arrow ). 30 ◗ Fig. 2-48 Boutonniere deformity. Lateral radiograph of the finger demonstrating hyperflexion of the proximal interphalangeal joint and hyperextension of the distal interphalangeal joints.
A: Illustration of the Bankart lesion, which may involve the labrum or the labrum plus a glenoid margin fracture and the Hill-Sachs lesion which is impaction of the posterolateral humeral head. B: Stryker notch view demonstrating a Hill-Sachs lesion (arrow ). Axial magnetic resonance (MR) arthrogram demonstrating an enlarged capsule from prior dislocation and an anterior labral tear (arrow )—Bankart lesion. ◗ Fig. 2-43 Barton fracture. Lateral radiograph demonstrating a dorsal lip fracture of the distal radius (arrows).
Fig. 2-50 Bucket handle fracture of the pelvis. Radiograph of the pelvis demonstrating pubic rami fractures on the left (arrows) and diastasis of the right sacroiliac joint (arrowhead ). ◗ Fig. 2-52 Cedell fracture. Lateral radiograph of the ankle demonstrating a posterior talar process fracture (arrow ). Note the associated subtalar subluxation. 31 I M A G I N G O F O R T H O PA E D I C F I X AT I O N D E V I C E S A N D P R O S T H E S E S ◗ Fig. 2-53 Chance fracture. Lateral radiograph of the spine demonstrating mild compression of L1 (arrow ) with a fracture line extending through the posterior elements (curved arrow ).