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Radiological Evaluation

  • David TemperleyEmail author
Chapter

Abstract

Radiological evaluation plays a major role in the assessment of shoulder trauma and in patients presenting with acute and chronic shoulder problems. This chapter will look at the major imaging modalities and assess their uses, advantages and disadvantages in specific clinical presentations.

Keywords

Shoulder Imaging Radiography Ultrasound CT scan MRI scan and interventional radiography 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of RadiologyWrightington HospitalWiganUK

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