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Diagnosis of rotator cuff lesions: comparison of US and MRI on 38 joint specimens

An experimental study was performed on cadaveric joint specimens of the shoulder to determine the accuracy of US and MRI in diagnosis of abnormalities of the rotator cuff. The value of different morphological criteria was evaluated for discrimination of degeneration as well as partial and complete d... Full description

Journal Title: European Radiology Mar 1997, Vol.7(2), pp.192-7
Main Author: Bachmann, G F
Other Authors: Melzer, C , Heinrichs, C M , Möhring, B , Rominger, M B
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title: Diagnosis of rotator cuff lesions: comparison of US and MRI on 38 joint specimens
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  • Melzer, C
  • Heinrichs, C M
  • Möhring, B
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  • Adult–Injuries
  • Aged–Pathology
  • Aged, 80 & Over–Ultrasonography
  • Cadaver–Pathology
  • Female–Ultrasonography
  • Humans–Diagnosis
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging–Pathology
  • Male–Ultrasonography
  • Middle Aged–Ultrasonography
  • Rotator Cuff–Ultrasonography
  • Rotator Cuff–Ultrasonography
  • Rotator Cuff–Ultrasonography
  • Sensitivity & Specificity–Ultrasonography
  • Shoulder Joint–Ultrasonography
  • Shoulder Joint–Ultrasonography
  • Tendon Injuries–Ultrasonography
  • Tendon Injuries–Ultrasonography
  • Tendon Injuries
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description: An experimental study was performed on cadaveric joint specimens of the shoulder to determine the accuracy of US and MRI in diagnosis of abnormalities of the rotator cuff. The value of different morphological criteria was evaluated for discrimination of degeneration as well as partial and complete disruption. A total of 38 surgically exposed specimens of the shoulder joint were examined by US, MRI and pathological methods visualising the tendons of the rotator cuff in same axial and longitudinal orientations. The three imaging modalities were reviewed separately by experienced examiners, respectively, who were blind to other results. Evaluation criteria consisted of signs of shape (thinning, thickening, discontinuity and absence of rotator cuff) and structure (changes in echogenicity in US, increased signal intensity in MRI, tissue changes in pathology). Findings in US and MRI were finally compared with pathology to assess sensitivity and specificity. Pathology demonstrated 4 full-thickness...
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abstractAn experimental study was performed on cadaveric joint specimens of the shoulder to determine the accuracy of US and MRI in diagnosis of abnormalities of the rotator cuff. The value of different morphological criteria was evaluated for discrimination of degeneration as well as partial and complete disruption. A total of 38 surgically exposed specimens of the shoulder joint were examined by US, MRI and pathological methods visualising the tendons of the rotator cuff in same axial and longitudinal orientations. The three imaging modalities were reviewed separately by experienced examiners, respectively, who were blind to other results. Evaluation criteria consisted of signs of shape (thinning, thickening, discontinuity and absence of rotator cuff) and structure (changes in echogenicity in US, increased signal intensity in MRI, tissue changes in pathology). Findings in US and MRI were finally compared with pathology to assess sensitivity and specificity. Pathology demonstrated 4 full-thickness...
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