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July-September  2014 |Vol  24 |  Issue 3  RSS Feed
 
Editorial
Pursuing a radiology career: Private practice or academic ?
   
From the first images of his wife's hand which Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen saw in 1895 to the latest advances in radiology and imaging that we are witnessing today, radiology has traveled a long way. On th...
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Guest Editorial
Guest Editorial
Dear colleagues, Radiology started with musculoskeletal imaging when Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen imaged his wife's hand and discovered X-rays more than a century ago. Since then, musculoskeletal imaging ...
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Recent Advances in MSK   Recent Advances in MSK
Role of MR spectroscopy in musculoskeletal imaging   Peripheral nerve injury grading simplified on MR neurography: As referenced to Seddon and Sunderland classifications
 
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) is an imaging approach that allows for the noninvasive molecular characterization of a region of interest. By detecting signals of water, lipids, and other metabo...   The Seddon and Sunderland classifications have been used by physicians for peripheral nerve injury grading and treatment. While Seddon classification is simpler to follow and more relevant to electrop...
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