By Kjell Jonsson MD, PhD, Torsten Boegård MD, PhD (auth.), A. M. Davies MD, V. Cassar-Pullicino MD (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540002502

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A scan eral tibial plateau ("Segond fracture", lateral capsu- technique appropriate to the location of the struclar ligament) and the fibular head (conjoint tendon of tures to be measured is required. These applications lateral collateralligament and biceps femoris). Most currently remain largely of research or limited elinical avulsion injuries are usually evident on conventional use. plain film examination but the tibial eminence and posterior tibial plateau avulsion injuries in particular are less elearly visualised on plain film.

In osteomyelitis, the presence and location of sequestra are revealed. With the addition of arthrography, osteochondrallesions are weH demonstrated. Soft tissue pathology is less weH demonstrated than with MR imaging, and intravenous contrast medium injection provides less satisfactory contrast enhancement than the equivalent MR examination but valuable information on soft tissue lesions is still obtainable from CT (for exampIe: size, extent, tumour calcification, enhancement, articular involvement).

In T2- C. Heron and A. 1. a Quadrature knee coil. b Flexible knee coil weighted images, variations in the TE influence the T2 weighting and consequently the signal attenuation. Proton density-weighted images are only slightly attenuated by Tl or T2 relaxation and thus have a higher SNR than either Tl-weighted or T2-weighted images. A consideration of operator-dependent factors reveals that the field of view is one of the most important determinants of the SNR. A voxel is a volume of sampled tissue within the patient and the relationship between voxel volume and field of view is indicated in the following equation: field of view dimensions x slice thickness voxeI = - - - - - - - - - - - - - matrixsize The matrix size is determined by the number of frequency encodings and/or phase encodings.

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