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An atlas of shoulder arthroscopy by Andreas B. Imhoff, Jonathan B. Ticker, Freddie H. Fu

By Andreas B. Imhoff, Jonathan B. Ticker, Freddie H. Fu

content material: part I: advent and Imaging Secton II: uncomplicated suggestions part III: Glenohumeral Instabiligy part VI: particular Arthroscopic Techniques

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12 CT in postoperative monitoring. Suture anchor (Mitek, Westwood, MA, USA) in the glenoid of a patient with multidirectional instability. CT demonstrates localization of the implant and possible signs of loosening or infection. For metallic implants CT is superior to MRI. 3,5,6,16,20–23 Also, lesions of the rotator cuff are usually not adequately visualized with CT arthrography; however, with the advent of multislice CT scanners this may change again. These scanners allow simultaneus acqusition of multiple thin section slices and multiplanar reconstruction without step artifacts.

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