Richard A. Sweet, M.D. Louisville Orthopaedic Clinic Louisville, KY ANTERIOR vs. POSTERIOR MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGICAL APPROACHES FOR TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT 1.
PICTORIAL REVIEW Imaging of tibialis posterior dysfunction A KONG, FRANZCR and A VAN DER VLIET, FRANZCR Regional Imaging Border, 3 Ramsay Place, Albury, New South Wales 2640, Australia
A comparison of conventional, conformal and intensity modulated coplanar radiotherapy plans for posterior fossa treatment 1 S L BREEN, PhD, 1 P KEHAGIOGLOU,
1358 AJR:185, November 2005 AJR 2005; 185:1358-1360 0361-803X/05/1855-1358 © American Roentgen Ray Society Kaufmann et al. Angiographi c Appearance of Communicat ing Artery Saccule Neuroradiology •Case Report Dimpled Appearance of a Posterior Communicating Artery Saccule: AnAngiographic ...
1618 AJR:192, June 2009 whom endometriosis is confined solely to the posterior cul-de-sac, the diagnosis can be extremely difficult [1, 3]. In patients with endometriosis of the posterior cul-de-sac, endometriotic implants eventually result in a dense fibrotic process in the cul-de-sac.
The Physician and Sportsmedicine: Posterior Knee Pain and Its Causes Posterior Knee Pain and Its Causes A Clinician's Guide to Expediting Diagnosis THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 32 - NO. 3 - MARCH 2004 For CME accreditation information, instructions and learning objectives, click here.
Posterior Fossa Hemorrhage after Supratentorial Surgery HarryJ. Cloft, Julie A. Matsumoto, Giuseppi Lanzino, and Wayne S. Cail PURPOSE: To evaluate the imaging findings, possible pathogenesis, and frequency of hemorrhage near the tentorial surface of the cerebellum aftersupratentorial surgery.
Posterior Fossa Glioblastoma Multiforme: MR Findings Toshiro Kuroiwa, Yuji Numaguchi, Michael I. Rothman, Gregg H. Zoarski, Minoru Morikawa, Michael T. Zagardo, and Donald A. Kristt PURPOSE: To characterize the MR findings of glioblastomamultiforme in the posterior fossa.
visit massageandbodywork.com to access your digital magazine 93 If many of your clients are serious athletes, you've probably seen quite a few posterior tibialis strains.
What is Posterior Uveitis? Posterior Uveitis (sometimes called choroiditis, retinitis or vasculitis) is inflammation in the retina and/or choroid which are at the back of the eye (see diagram).