AJR Podcasts feature authors of select AJR articles discussing how they performed their studies and how the results of their studies have changed their practices.
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Ulnar Collateral Ligament Insertional Injuries in Pediatric Overhead Athletes: Are MRI Findings Predictive of Symptoms or Need for Surgery?
Dr. Tony Wong discusses his study on how to determine whether ulnar collateral ligament insertion below the articular margin exists in the pediatric population and whether MRI features can be used to identify insertional UCL injuries in overhead athletes that are symptomatic or require surgery. Read the accompanying article here.
The Relevance of Ulnar-Sided Contrast Extravasation During Radiocarpal Joint Wrist Arthrography
Contrast material often extends from the radiocarpal joint into the proximal soft tissues adjacent to the ulnar aspect of the ulnar styloid during single-compartment radiocarpal joint MR arthrography of the wrist. Dr. Jack Porrino discusses his recent study that hypothesized this is a common finding unrelated to symptoms or examination technique. Read the accompanying article here.
Factors Predicting Positive Culture in CT-Guided Bone Biopsy Performed for Suspected Osteomyelitis
Dr. Matthew Bucknor discusses his study in the March 2019 issue of AJR that identifies clinical factors and radiographic characteristics associated with positive culture results from bone biopsy in cases of suspected osteomyelitis. Read the accompanying article here.
MR Arthrogram Features That Can Be Used to Distinguish Between True Inferior Glenohumeral Ligament Complex Tears and Iatrogenic Extravasation
Dr. Eric Chang discusses his study in the February 2019 issue of AJR on features seen at shoulder MR arthrography that distinguish between iatrogenic contrast material extravasation and inferior glenohumeral ligament complex tears. Read the accompanying article here.
Supraspinatus Myotendinous Junction Injuries: MRI Findings and Prevalence - Listen Now
Dr. Nathalie J. Bureau discusses her article in the January 2019 issue of AJR on the MRI findings and prevalence of supraspinatus myotendinous injuries. Read the accompanying article here.