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Arthrography is a type of diagnostic radiology procedure used to examine a joint, such as the knee or hip, when standard x-rays are not adequate. After the injection into the joint of a radiopaque substance (a substance which appears white on x-rays) and/or air, a series of x-rays is taken with the joint in various positions to assess the soft tissues of the joint.
Continental Who's Who recognizes Thomas M. DeBerardino as Top Orthopedic Surgeon

Continental Who's Who recognizes Thomas M. DeBerardino as Top Orthopedic Surgeon

Study of spinal injury data may help surgeons treat injured soldiers or civilians

Study of spinal injury data may help surgeons treat injured soldiers or civilians

Highlights of orthopaedic research studies in JBJS

Highlights of orthopaedic research studies in JBJS

Morris Hospital installs Toshiba's Ultimax X-ray system to streamline diagnosis, improve patient throughput

Morris Hospital installs Toshiba's Ultimax X-ray system to streamline diagnosis, improve patient throughput

MDCT arthrography better than MR arthrography for diagnosing glenoid rim osseous lesions

MDCT arthrography better than MR arthrography for diagnosing glenoid rim osseous lesions

Conventional MRI may be effective alternative to MR arthrography for diagnosis of hip labral tears: Study

Conventional MRI may be effective alternative to MR arthrography for diagnosis of hip labral tears: Study

Center for Hip Pain and Preservation focuses on improved understanding of hip abnormalities

Center for Hip Pain and Preservation focuses on improved understanding of hip abnormalities

MR arthrography is more accurate than MR in diagnosing shoulder tears

MR arthrography is more accurate than MR in diagnosing shoulder tears

New carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic puncture needle

New carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic puncture needle

MDCT arthrography is an accurate method for assessing cartilage loss in patients with hip dysplasia

MDCT arthrography is an accurate method for assessing cartilage loss in patients with hip dysplasia