Medical Imaging

“Over-Imaging” the Lower Back

“Over-Imaging” the Lower Back

Not a very imaginative title I know!¬†But hopefully my final post on Imaging for a little while. Apologies if it has become a of focus on this blog recently, but I think it is a critical issue in musculoskeletal medicine. I have outlined in previous posts that my interpretation of the research (systematic reviews) on […]

By February 20, 2015 7 Comments Read More →
Imaging Findings In Asymptomatic Lumbar Spines – Research Update – January 2015

Imaging Findings In Asymptomatic Lumbar Spines – Research Update – January 2015

The plan this year is to shorten my posts, and post more regularly. Here we go……wish me luck! Imaging findings in asymptomatic lumbar spines¬†and other areas of the body, are recurring theme on this site. Mainly because of the experiences I have routinely had where patients are managed purely based on their imaging findings. Here […]

By January 30, 2015 8 Comments Read More →
In Pursuit of Pathology

In Pursuit of Pathology

I have recently attended a couple of seminars that have mentioned how newer and better MRI units will begin to be used in the attempt to identify pathology in patients with musculoskeletal pain. Now this sounds a fantastic and a worthwhile cause, especially if it enables us to identify symptomatic pathology in a patient population […]

By September 11, 2014 2 Comments Read More →
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