Arthrography pp 155-163 | Cite as

Elbow Arthrography

  • W. J. Weston
Part of the Comprehensive Manuals in Radiology book series (CM RADIOLOGY)


Elbow arthrography was first described by Lindblom (9, 10) and then Arvidsson and Johansson (1) utilizing positive contrast media. In 1962 Del Buono and Solarino (4) reported the double-contrast technique of elbow arthrography. Eto et al. (6) supplemented double-contrast arthrography with hypocycloidal tomography.


Radial Head Elbow Joint Humeral Shaft Loose Body Medial Epicondyle 
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