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Anatomy & injury - Pictorial essays

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by mike weber, Jan 24, 2011.


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    I found these when looking for something else, but think they are great. Good to show patients whats going on.

    Abnormalities of the foot and ankle : MR image findings

    The Os Trigonum syndrome : Pictorial essay

    Extended Field-of-view Sonography in Musculoskeletal Disorder

    Goes well these threads.

    Disorders of the plantar fascia MRI pictorial Review

    and
    Plantar plate tear re plantar plate anatomy , also a pictorial review
     
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2011
  2. RobinP

    RobinP Well-Known Member

    Mike,

    So far I have only looked at the ankle one which was brilliant. I've really been looking for something like this as I can't get to a dissection course and my anatomy is definitely not up to scratch.

    Many thanks

    Robin
     
  3. David Singleton

    David Singleton Active Member

    Mike,

    Great find these! Keep reading a bit more between patients!

    Regards Dave
     
  4. Your Welcome.

    My fav so far is the plantar plate one.

    Has helped patients, GP´s and Radiographers understand what it is we are dealing with. :drinks
     
  5. Gradient-Recalled Echo MR Imaging of the Ankle: Spectrum of Normal and Abnormal Findings



     
  6. Alasd4ir

    Alasd4ir Member

    These are great, keep looking at them instead of studying for my pharmacology exam,
    keep them coming.

    Many thanks
    Alasdair
     
  7. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member

    Mike
    Far from it. All very much appreciated. Becoming a very useful resource actually. Thank you.

    You wonder if they could be in some way categorised under varied headings relating to conditions or tissue type so that people access them as a resource. Just a thought.
    Ian
     
  8. I´ve tried to add a few abstracts where maybe it´s not clear what there about.

    Do you mean when searching for things on the arena - so if they look for say Achilles tendon they would get linked to the Pictorial essay ?

    You would have to ask the Boss. It that Possible Craig ?
     
  9. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member

    Hi Mike

    Yep. That would be one way. More work for the boss and may not be necessary but twas a thought.

    Again thanks for the input.
     
  10. Not boring at all!

    Excellent information...
     
  11. JaY

    JaY Active Member

    M Weber, thank you very much for all your input! All of these pictorial essays will help me (and others) immensely.
     
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  13. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

    Not short of reasons- what I'm short of is a few pennies :drinks

    Will add it on my list for :santa: at the end of the year- you never know :pigs:
     
  14. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

  15. JB1973

    JB1973 Active Member

    mike
    many thanks for all of these. Going to take a while to plough through them but your hard work is much appreciated
    cheers
    JB
     
  16. JB1973

    JB1973 Active Member

    thanks for all your hard work Mike, much appreciated
    cheers
    JB
     
  17. Ilotibial band friction syndrome: MR Imaging findings in

    Should be read with this study in mind - the mention the fatty tissue in the MR study as well.

     
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