, Volume 29, Issue 7, pp 367-377

MR imaging of articular cartilage

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Abstract 

With the advent of new treatments for articular cartilage disorders, accurate noninvasive assessment of articular cartilage, particularly with MR imaging, has become important. Understanding the MR imaging features of articular cartilage has led to the development of two types of routinely available MR imaging techniques which have demonstrated clinical accuracy and interobserver reliability.

Received: 25 January 2000 Revision requested: 21 March 2000 Revision received: 31 March 2000 Accepted: 3 April 2000