Dr Ravi Padmanabhan

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MEDULLARY BONE INFARCTS RADIOLOGY KNEE MRI: WHAT IS THE DX

MOVE SLIDER ICON (ARROWS) LEFT TO SEE THE DIAGNOSIS FINDINGS Bilateral medullary femoral and tibial serpiginous STIR hyper-intensity with extension into the femoral and tibial epiphysis. DIAGNOSIS MEDULLARY BONE INFARCTS. This is a characteristic appearance of medullary bone infarcts. Most commonly they are in the diaphysis and metaphysis but in this case they also extend …

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ISCHIOFEMORAL IMPINGEMENT RADIOLOGY HIP MRI : WHAT IS THE DX

MOVE SLIDER ICON (ARROWS) LEFT TO SEE THE DIAGNOSIS FINDINGS Increased PDFS signal (Pink arrow) in the quadratus femoris muscle. DIAGNOSIS Ischiofemoral impingement. This is a result of the quadratus femoris muscle being compressed between the ischial tuberosity and the posterior femur resulting initially in oedema but can progress to tears and severe atrophy. IMAGES …

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ACROMION / ACROMIAL SPURS ON MRI: WHERE TO LOOK AND WHAT TO LOOK FOR

ACROMION SPURS ON MRI: 3 APPEARANCES ON MRI Acromial / Acromion spurs can be quite small and difficult to visualize on MRI. They are enthesophytes that arise from traction at the attachment sites of the Coraco Acromial Ligament and Deltoid. This post looks at the three locations and most common appearances of spurs arising from …

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SPINE MRI SCLEROTIC CHANGES: WHAT IS THE DX

MOVE SLIDER ICON (ARROWS) LEFT TO SEE THE DIAGNOSIS FINDINGS Bilateral iliac sclerosis (Pink arrows) adjacent to the SIJ. DIAGNOSIS Osteitis Condensans Ilii.   Typical CT sclerotic changes of Osteitis Condensans Ilii. The sclerosis is continuous with the SIJ margin and particularly on the patient’s right it has a triangular appearance.   There is also …

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SHOULDER MRI BICEPS DISLOCATION: WHAT IS THE DX

MOVE SLIDER ICON (ARROWS) LEFT TO SEE THE DIAGNOSIS FINDINGS Empty Bicipital Groove (Blue arrow). Biceps tendon dislocated (Pink arrow). Partial tear of Subscapularis tendon (Green arrow). High signal is seen within the subscapularis tendon. DIAGNOSIS Extra articular Biceps dislocation. This is an Extra articular Biceps dislocation into a partial tear the Subscapularis tendon. IMAGES …

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ANKLE MRI SYNOVITIS: WHAT IS THE DX

MOVE SLIDER ICON (ARROWS) LEFT TO SEE THE DIAGNOSIS FINDINGS Thickening and hyper-intensity of the anterior ankle capsule/ synovium. DIAGNOSIS Capsulosynovitis.The normal capsule is thin, well defined and low signal.. IMAGES ARE FROM OUR INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT. CLICK ICON BELOW TO SEE ALL OUR INSTAGRAM POSTS Instagram We look at all of these topics in more …

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MRI KNEE: PROXIMAL TIBIOFIBULAR JOINT

MRI PROXIMAL TIBIO FIBULAR JOINT ANATOMY The proximal tibiofibular joint is often overlooked when assessing a knee MRI. This is the first in a series on MRI of the proximal tibiofibular joint (PTFJ) beginning with the anatomy of the ligaments that stabilize the PTFJ. WHAT'S THE PROBLEM Often overlooked when assessing knee MRIs. WHAT STABILISES …

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MRI HIP CAM FAI FEMORO ACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT: WHAT IS THE DX

MOVE SLIDER ICON (ARROWS) LEFT TO SEE THE DIAGNOSIS NORMAL HEAD NECK JUNCTION FINDINGS Convexity of the anterior superior femoral head neck junction (Pink arrow). Compare with normal concavity (Green arrow). DIAGNOSIS CAM type deformity of the femoral neck. This can predispose (but doesn’t always) to femoro-acetabular impingement. IMAGES ARE FROM OUR INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT. CLICK …

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MRI ANKLE FOOT AND TOE : WHAT IS THE LIGAMENT

MOVE SLIDER ICON (ARROWS) LEFT TO SEE THE DIAGNOSIS WHAT'S THE STRUCTURE The Short Plantar Ligament. WHAT ARE THE FINDINGS ANATOMY OF THE SHORT PLANTAR LIGAMENT. 1. Extends from the calcaneus (Green star) to the cuboid (Yellow star).2. It is distal and separate to long plantar ligament.3. Has a fan shaped appearance. . IMAGES ARE …

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