ESSR 2017 / P-0242
Staging of osteochondral lesions of the talus: Comparison of Cone Beam CT arthrography with MR Imaging
Congress: ESSR 2017
Poster No.: P-0242
Type: Educational Poster
Keywords: Trauma, Arthrography, MR, CT, Musculoskeletal joint, Musculoskeletal bone
Authors: M. S. Posadzy1, J. Desimpel2, F. M. H. M. Vanhoenacker3; 1Poznan/PL, 2Duffel/BE, 3Antwerp/BE
DOI:10.1594/essr2017/P-0242

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    De Smet E, De Praeter G, Verstraete KL, Wouters K, De Beuckeleer L, Vanhoenacker FM (2015) Direct comparison of conventional radiography and cone-beam CT in small bone and joint trauma. Skeletal radiology, 44(8):1111-1117. doi: 10.1007/s00256-015-2127-3

 

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