By Dr.med. Peter Teller, Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. habil. Hermann König, Prof. Dr. med Ulrich Weber, Prof. Dr. med. Peter Hertel (auth.)
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Radiology, Oct. 2004: This ebook is a well-organized and profuseley illustrated atlas.. it offers a great start line for studying magnetic resonance imaging analysis of the grownup and pediatric knee conditions....
European magazine of Radiology Vol. 14, factor four, 2004: ...the ebook in its awarded from turns out to be useful for daily paintings of radiologists, orthopedics, and traumatologists, and it may be advised to all physicians occupied with MRI.
European magazine of Orthopaedic Vol.14, factor 2, 2004: ..this MRI knee atlas continues to be a verynice paintings, wealthy at the iconographical point, and may be very precious for radiologists of their day-by-day exercise.
"This publication is a well-organized and profusely illustrated atlas that's produced via an interdisciplinary crew of radiologists, orthopedist, and traumatologist. It presents a superb place to begin for studying magnetic resonance (MR) imaging analysis of the grownup and pediatric knee stipulations. … The straightforward layout usually comprises succinct details on process and process, anatomy, and the MR imaging visual appeal of standard and irregular stipulations … . this atlas is useful in the event you want a quickly imaging-station reference of universal pathologic entities of the knee." (Christopher G. Anton and Alan E. Oestreich, Radiology, October, 2004)
"An skilled staff of authors from the fields of radiology, traumatology, and orthopedics offers this new e-book targeting the real position of magnetic imaging within the knee. … a complete of 325 situations are rigorously offered and seriously mentioned … . the booklet in its current shape comes in handy for daily paintings of radiologists, orthopedics, and traumatologists, and it may be steered to all physicians inquisitive about MRI." (European Radiology, Vol. 14 (4), 2004)
"The authors outline the majority of the knee pathology via a wealthy iconography and a quick yet adequate textual content. … this MRI knee atlas is still a really great paintings, wealthy at the iconographical point, and should be very necessary for radiologists of their day-by-day exercise." (A. Moussaoui, eu magazine of Orthopaedic surgical procedure & Traumatology, Vol. 14 (2), 2004)
"This atlas of MRI of the knee is the fruit of cooperation among skilled MR radiologists and orthopedic and traumatologic surgeons. … The atlas is particularly systematic. … The illustrations are often of very top of the range. … it's a excitement to suggest this MRI Atlas of the Knee to all departments that take care of MRI of the knee. it truly is specially worthy for citizens and radiologists in education for musculoskeletal MRI." (Kjell Jonsson, Acta Radiologica, Vol. forty four (5), 2003)
"A photograph paints 1000 phrases. This booklet presents what it says at the conceal. it's an atlas of knee MR pictures … . i believe this can be a very precious photo reference, quite important for these of their first few years of getting to interpret MR of the knee with no support." (Dr. Richard Whitehouse, RAD journal, Vol. 29 (336), 2003)
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14. Fresh ACL tear, grade III, central third – injury on the day before (36-year-old male) Sagittal; left T1, right T2*: Completely irregular course of fibers with a defect zone in the central third of the ligament. T1-weighting shows a hyperintense focal intraligamentous hemorrhage in this zone (arrow). Posterior defect of Hoffa’s fat pad. Straining of capsule. Hemarthrosis 37 38 Anterior Cruciate Ligament38 Kapitelüberschrift Fig. 15. ACL tear, grade III, 2 weeks earlier (22-year-old male) Sagittal; left T1, right T2*: Destruction of proximal half of ligament with some irregular, partly tentacle-like, residual fibers (faint octopus sign).
Partial Tear Increased signal intensity in both sequences and thickening (intraligamentous edema/hemorrhage, possibly pseudomass), contour and fiber irregularities or partial discontinuity (Figs. 10). III. Complete Tear Pronounced increase in signal intensity, discontinuity, potential retraction, deviation from normal course, possibly pseudomass (Figs. 16). 8 MRI Pitfalls in ACL Injury ᭹ ᭹ ᭹ ᭹ ᭹ Oblique sectioning of posterior femoral cortex (with black bone contour mimicking intact femoral ACL insertion) – to avoid this pitfall, comparison with coronal and axial slices in inconclusive cases and, if needed, also additional slices (thin-section images, readjusted section orientation).
Deliberately overrotated grafts have not proven effective. Ligament reconstruction is frequently combined with enlargement of the intercondylar space, in particular of the anterior roof portion, by a so-called notch plasty to ensure undiverted sliding of the graft, especially in near extension. 3 Normal MRI Appearance The MRI appearance of a successfully reconstructed ACL varies with the surgical technique employed and the material used (autograft or allograft). Patellar tendon grafts are the internationally preferred material for ligament reconstruction because they are superior to prosthetic materials.