A Survival Guide to Musculoskeletal Imaging

  • 5 Lectures
  • 264 Minutes
  • 5 Speakers

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Learning Objectives:

Infection: bone and soft tissue

  1. To become familiar with pathophysiology of infectious diseases pertinent to imaging features.
  2. To understand imaging features of infectious diseases and their differential diagnosis.
  3. To appreciate the clinical perspective of imaging infectious diseases.

Bone tumours

  1. To become familiar with the imaging features of benign and malignant bone tumours.
  2. To appreciate their imaging characteristic hallmarks on plain film radiography.
  3. To learn how best to use imaging modalities in differential diagnosis.

Spinal trauma: how to get it right

  1. To become familiar with imaging features of cervical, thoracolumbar and sacral trauma.
  2. To understand the importance of mechanism of injury in the setting of spinal trauma.
  3. To appreciate the usefulness of radiography, CT and MR imaging in the detection and evaluation of spinal trauma.

Arthritis: an imaging approach

  1. To become familiar with the current diagnostic concepts in the imaging of arthritis.
  2. To understand the pathology of arthritis and its imaging phenotypes.
  3. To appreciate the value of radiography, ultrasound and MRI.

Acute trauma: patterns in the peripheral skeleton

  1. To become familiar with the imaging manifestations of common important injuries in the upper and lower limb.
  2. To understand the underlying mechanism that result in combination of injuries.
  3. To learn how to best employ imaging modalities in their diagnosis.
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