FRACTURE

MRI Fracture Imaging

 

Fractures on MRI can be difficult as they are more difficult to see compared to CT and xray.  We regularly post on MRI Fractures  on this page looking at the various types of fractures to make it easier to spot.

 

Learn Where to Look, What to Look for and How to Report Fractures on MRI More Confidently.

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SUBCORTICAL SUBCHONDRAL FRACTURE KNEE MRI TIBIAL PLATEAU (VIDEO)

SUBCORTICAL SUBCHONDRAL FRACTURE KNEE MRI TIBIAL PLATEAU DISCUSSION Subchondral or subcortical fractures of the knee can occur in the femoral condyles or tibial plateau.   The key to the diagnosis is seeing a linear low signal line adjacent to and paralleling the cortex without any cortical defect or break in the acute phase.     There …

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STRESS FRACTURE FATIGUE FRACTURE AND INSUFFICIENCY FRACTURE WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE (VIDEO)

FATIGUE FRACTURE AND INSUFFICIENCY FRACTURE: WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE DISCUSSION The difference lies in the underlying bone metabolism. Is it normal or not. A Fatigue fracture is  stress type fracture due to repetitive overload, with normal bone metabolism (eg a March Fracture of the metatarsal in new army recruits). An Insufficiency fracture is a stress type …

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ARCUATE FRACTURE KNEE X-RAY, SEGOND FRACTURE, LATERAL KNEE FRACTURES

ARCUATE FRACTURE KNEE X-RAY , SEGOND FRACTURE, LATERAL FIBULAR FRACTURE Today’s Tuesday Tip is on 3 fractures ( Segond Fracture, Arcuate Fracture and Lateral Fibular Fracture ) that can be seen on the lateral aspect of the knee x-ray which are indicative of underlying tendon or ligament involvement. The Fibula Fractures which can be an …

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