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. The quality of the examination and enhance the radiologist has assumed the essential role not diagnostic acumen of the radiologist. This only in providing for the orthopedic clinician work, in addition to its other many valuable an accurate diagnosis of abnormalities of these features, is truly a "how to do it" treatise for joints, but also in defining anatomical details in the radiologist. a manner hitherto unavailable and even un- Of great interest are the chapters which deal suspected. In fact, it may be stated that the with arthrography in joints and areas often not developing radiologic techniques in arthrog- considered an important part of the diagnostic armamentarium of the radiologist or even raphy have in part rewritten the anatomical texts relating to the normal joints. thought of by the orthopedic clinician. 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. Dr. Dalinka, a recog- on arthrotomography of the temporomandib- nized authority in skeletal radiology and par- ular joint by Dr.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Number of pages: 210
Weight: 571 g
Dimensions: 280 x 210 x 12 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 198