Scheduled downtime on July 22nd from 4:30am GMT to 5:30am GMT. During this time, users won’t be able to access the whole website.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Antoine Micheau , Denis Hoa , Images provided by Sorin Ghiea & Emi Preda - MD
Friday 22 December 2017Limbs
Images provided by Sorin Ghiea & Emi Preda - MD
In this module on the anatomy of the wrist in 3T MRI, we have captioned over 340 anatomical structures in 208 MR images of the wrist and 3D reconstructions of the carpal bones.
This module is an aid to learning and daily practice of magnetic resonance imaging of the wrist, aimed rather at a specialised audience (radiologists, surgeons, rheumatologists and physicians specialising in musculoskeletal imaging).
The MRI images of the elbow were derived from a healthy volunteer. Image acquisition was performed on a 3 Tesla MRI with a thickness of 4 mm in contiguous sections. We used the commonly used weightings (and RFP-FatSat T1) and impacts (axial, coronal and sagittal) in medical imaging studies of the wrist.
The 3D images of the wrist joint and carpal bones are three-dimensional reconstructions obtained from a scanner.
340 anatomical structures of the wrist have been captioned, accessible via the "anatomical structures" tab:
This allows the user to choose to display all the anatomical legends of the wrist region or to only display the most important anatomical structures in order not to overload the images.
Allows the display of this MRI scan of the wrist in T1 or DP-FatSat weighting
We have used the Terminologia Anatomica to caption for all the anatomical structures, with translations into English, French, Japanese, German, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Czech and Spanish.