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X-Hip

An hip X-ray examination can be used both in cases of suspected acute pathology (in particular fracture) and chronic pathology (including osteoarthritis).

An hip X-ray examination can be used both in cases of suspected acute pathology (in particular fracture) and chronic pathology (including osteoarthritis).

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X-Hip

Prior to this module, it is wise to read the Fracture General Principles module.

 

This module consists of the components indication/technique, normal anatomy, checklist and pathology.

 

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  • drs. A van der Plas (MSK radiologist Maastricht UMC+)

20/12/2017 (translated to English: 19/03/2018)

 

Sources:

  • B.J. Manaster et al. The Requisites – Musculoskeletal Imaging. 2007
  • N. Raby et al. Accident & Emergency Radiology – A Survival Guide. 2005.
  • K.L. Bontrager, J.P. Lampignano. Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy. 2014 (8th edition)
  • Seung-Jae Lim, MD, Yoon-Soo Park, MD. Plain Radiography of the Hip: A Review of Radiographic Techniques and Image Features. Hip&Pelvis 2015.
  • L. Cerezal et al. Anatomy, Biomechanics, Imaging and Management of Ligamentum Teres Injuries. Radiographics 2010

 

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