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25

Dec'15

GLENOID LABRUM MRI SIMPLIFIED PART 1: There’s a Pear in There

The problem: A lot of the difficulty people have in reporting shoulder MRI and particularly the glenoid labrum is in …

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24

Dec'15

PARS DEFECTS: How to find them easily on MRI

Pars defects can be difficult to see on MRI. Lets look at how best to find them. WHAT IS THE …

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22

Dec'15

Spondylolisthesis: Pars Defect or Degen. How to differentiate quickly

INTRO: Pars defects can be difficult to see on MRI. Here is an easy way to know if the slip/ …

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21

Dec'15

Lumbar Disc MRI: Meet Normal your best friend

In our workshops, before we look at abnormal, we always look at the normal appearance of a structure and make …

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20

Dec'15

DICOM VIEWERS FOR HOME USE: Why Have All the Fun at Work

In our hands on workstation imaging workshops, we are often asked which Dicom viewers we recommend. Here is the simple answer. …

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19

Dec'15

CEREBRAL TUMEFACTIVE AMYLOID: CANCER IS NOT THE ANSWER

INTRO: Cerebral tumefactive amyloid is a rare mass like form of cerebral amyloid. PATHOLOGY: Caused by vasculitis +/- perivasculitis which is …

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