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Advances in MRI of the knee for osteoarthritis

Sharmila Majumdar

Advances in MRI of the knee for osteoarthritis

by Sharmila Majumdar

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Published by World Scientific in New Jersey .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diseases,
  • Osteoarthritis,
  • Knee Osteoarthritis,
  • Diagnosis,
  • Knee,
  • Magnetic resonance imaging,
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging,
  • Methods

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesAdvances in magnetic resonance imaging of the knee for osteoarthritis
    Statementedited by Sharmila Majumdar
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC931.O67 .A332 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 268 p. :
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25079286M
    ISBN 109814271705
    ISBN 109789814271707
    LC Control Number2011290105
    OCLC/WorldCa317918976

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Advances in MRI of the knee for osteoarthritis by Sharmila Majumdar Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book brings together contributions from key investigators in the area of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for osteoarthritis of the knee. Written by a multidisciplinary group of scientists, engineers, and clinicians, this book is the first to cover MRI as a new emerging modality for the diagnosis of osteoarthritis, and presents new.

Get this from a library. Advances in MRI of the knee for osteoarthritis. [Sharmila Majumdar;] -- "Osteoarthritis is a condition in which low-grade inflammation results in joint pain, and it is the most common joint disease.

Interactions between all of the major joint tissues, including the. This book brings together contributions from key investigators in the area of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for osteoarthritis of the knee. Osteoarthritis is a condition in which low-grade inflammation results in joint pain, and it is the most common joint disease.

Quick Search in Books. Enter words / phrases / DOI / ISBN / keywords / authors / etc Quick Search anywhere. Enter words / phrases / DOI / ISBN / keywords / authors / etc. Search Search. Advanced Search. 0 My Cart. Sign in. Skip main navigation. Close Drawer Menu Open Drawer Menu Home. Advances in MRI of the Knee for Osteoarthritis.

Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a leading cause of disability. Recent advances in drug discovery techniques and improvements in understanding the pathophysiology of osteoarthritic disorders have.

Knee osteoarthritis is very common, especially as people age. It happens when the cartilage that cushions the knee joint starts to wear down. That can happen as you get older or because of an old.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides a sensitive tool for examining all the structures involved in the osteoarthritis (OA) process. While much of the MRI literature previously focussed on cartilage, there is increasing research on whole-organ evaluation and including features such as synovitis, bone marrow edema, and meniscal and ligamentous pathology.

A radiologist may perform an MRI of a joint with possible osteoarthritis if X-rays are inconclusive. The doctor may also want to look for possible tears and strains in. Terminology. The term early osteoarthritis of the knee has been proposed and has been defined as meeting three main criteria 9.

knee pain ≤ Kellgren-Lawrence grade 2 on radiographs arthroscopic cartilage lesion and/or OA-related MRI findings such as subchondral bone marrow lesions and/or cartilage and meniscal degeneration.

Advanced osteoarthritis is the most severe form of osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a progressive condition, meaning it gets worse over time. Get this from a library. Advances in MRI of the knee for osteoarthritis. [Sharmila Majumdar;] -- Osteoarthritis is a condition in which low-grade inflammation results in joint pain, and it is the most common joint disease.

Interactions between all of the major joint tissues, including the. In all HOA patients there were signs of knee OA involvement; synovial thickening in % of patients, knee effusion in %, limited knee ROM in % and night pain in 60%.

There was a superiority of the MRI in detecting synovitis (%), flexor tenosynovitis (%), collateral ligament (60%), bone marrow lesion (%) and cysts (%.

Osteoarthritis of the knee develops in several stages. At stage 1 there is minor damage, but stage 4 may need surgery. In this article, we describe these stages and the treatments for each stage. In the two most recent series, Meniscus MRI and MRI of the Supporting Structures, we focus on two important areas of assessment.

Through some of our legacy series, Case Review, Professional and Advanced Orthopaedic and Joint, we round out our discussion of the pathology that occurs in the knee. Osteoarthritis of the knee is the most common form of arthritis, and is the most common cause of disability affecting millions of people around the world.

1 As the disease advances, the condition can become extremely painful and debilitating. Quick Search in Books. Enter words / phrases / DOI / ISBN / keywords / authors / etc. Search. Advances in MRI of the Knee for Osteoarthritis, pp. () No Access. Advances in MRI of the Knee for Osteoarthritis.

Metrics. Downloaded 35 times History. Keywords. Abstract Historically plain radiography has been the primary investigative tool by which structure in osteoarthritis is measured. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is widely used in medical diagnosis for its various advantageous features, such as high-resolution capability, the ability to produce an arbitrary anatomic cross-sectional image, and wide range of available tissue contrast.

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Tanamas, Wluka, Jones & Cicuttini Imaging of knee osteoarthritis Review The role of MRI in assessment of symptoms & structural changes in OA Although OA is often characterized by the pres-ence of pain, the source of pain is poorly under-stood: hyaline articular cartilage, loss of which characterizes OA severity, lacks nerve fibers [15].

The diagnostic utility of MRI for identifying knee articular cartilage lesions has been extensively explored in the literature over the past two decades.

18 As the imaging technology has improved in terms of magnet strength, sequence utilization, and spatial resolution, so has the diagnostic performance.

34, 39, 41, 42, 61, 85, 87, 90 To date. Advances in MR software & hardware. MRI manipulates image contrast to highlight different tissue types. Common contrast methods include 2D or multislice longitudinal relaxation (T 1)-weighted, proton density, and T 2-weighted imaging (Figure 1) [].In short, T 1-weighted imaging depicts anatomic detail of cartilage but lacks contrast between effusion and cartilage surface (Figure 1A) [].

Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), a team of scientists has detected structural changes in the knee joint that precede signs of osteoarthritis seen on X-rays. The study, which was supported in part by the NIH’s National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS), calls into question the assumption that damage to cartilage is the primary underlying cause.

Knee MR imaging was performed in women (mean age, 46 years; range, 32–56 years) from a community-based arthritis study (n = ) with 30 women in each of four categories: (a) no pain and no OA of the knee, (b) no pain and OA of the knee, (c) pain and no OA of the knee, and (d) pain and OA of the knee.

OA of the knee was defined from.