By J. C. Hodge
Lenox Hill sanatorium, ny urban, manhattan. Pocket-sized textual content offers sensible step by step methods for resident radiologists, orthopedic physicians, and neurosurgeons of their diagnostic and healing methods. Discusses arthrography, myelography, discography, epidural blocks, bone biopsies, and vertebroplasty. Wire-spiral binding.
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2B). Should there be puddling of the contrast medium around the needle tip, the needle should be repositioned. Once the intra-articular position of the needle tip is verified, the rest of the contrast medium is given (Fig. 2C). Normally, 6-10 ml is injected for a single contrast study, with the actual amount instilled depending on the size of the joint. 5-2 ml of contrast medium and 6-12 ml of air are injected (Fig. 1,3 In patients with previous severe reaction to contrast media, 8-12 ml of air alone may be given as an alternative.
19 The wrist is placed in ulnar deviation to elongate the scaphoid. Scans are performed parallel to the long axis of the scaphoid and/or perpendicular to the scaphoid fossa. This series optimizes visualisation of the scaphoid, scaphoid fossa and radioscaphoid joint. Transaxial Series The patient lays prone on the table with the arm extended above the head and the palmar aspect of the hand on the table top (Fig. 1H and I). This series allows visualisation of the DRUJ, distal ulna and extensor carpi ulnaris (ECU) tendon.
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