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MRT der Schulter

Part of the Fortbildung Orthopädie book series (FORTORTHO, volume 5)

Zusammenfassung

Die MRT als das bildgebende Verfahren mit dem besten Weichteilkontrast hat sich als fester Bestandteil der weiterführenden Schulterdiagnostik etabliert. Existierten bisher keine allgemeingültigen Standards bezüglich der Untersuchungstechnik, so hat die Bundesärztekammer erstmals in den im Septemberheft 39/2000 des deutschen Ärzteblatt veröffentlichten Leitlinien zur Qualitätssicherung die Anforderungen an eine suffizient durchgeführte Schulter MRT konkretisiert. Gefordert werden T1- und T2-gewichtete TSE oder SE Sequenzen in transversaler, schräg koronaler und schräg sagittaler Schichtorientierung unter Verwendung einer Oberflächenspule bei einer Schichtdicke von ≤ 3 mm und einer Auflösung von ≤ 0,5 × 1 mm. Für die Darstellung des Labrum, der Gelenkkapsel und des Gelenkknorpels wird eine indirekte Arthrografie oder die direkte Arthrografie mit NaCl empfohlen.

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