Femoroacetabular Impingement: An easy diagnosis?

Femoroacetabular Impingement: An easy diagnosis?

Cam-type deformities are a classical feature of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). However, in many asymptomatic healthy individuals the morphology of the proximal femur looks similar to a cam-type deformity. The most common method for quantifying cam-type...
Plantar Fascia Revisited

Plantar Fascia Revisited

“MRI of the foot often reveals abnormal findings at the calcaneal attachment of the plantar fascia. A new study shows that a substantial number of those findings may be present in asymptomatic individuals.” Calcaneal Attachment of the Plantar Fascia: MR...

MRI of the thumb

“MRI of the thumb: anatomy and spectrum of findings in asymptomatic volunteers” Hirschmann A, Sutter R, Schweizer A, Pfirrmann CW. American Journal of Roentgenology 2014;202(4):819-27. For this study MRI of the thumb was performed on a dedicated 1.5-T...

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