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MR-Arthrographie

  • J. Kramer
  • S. Hofmann
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Part of the Fortbildung Orthopädie book series (FORTORTHO, volume 5)

Zusammenfassung

Die MR-Arthrographie erlaubt eine exzellente und genaue Darstellung intraartikulärer Strukturen bzw. deren pathologische Veränderungen. Zur Klärung bestimmter klinischer Fragestellungen ist sie heute aus dem radiologischen Alltag nicht mehr wegzudenken. Die MR-Arthrographie stellt eine wesentliche Bereicherung des radiologischen Untersuchungsspektrums dar. Da es sich aber um eine invasive Methode handelt, muss die Indikationsstellung natürlich sorgfältig erfolgen. Eine MR-Arthrographie ist nur dann gerechtfertigt, wenn mittels herkömmlicher MRT-Techniken eine entsprechende Aussage nicht zu erwarten ist. In dieser Arbeit werden die wichtigsten Krankheitsbilder, bei denen eine MR-Arthrographie zur Abklärung intraartikulärer Pathologien sinnvoll sein kann, besprochen.

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