Imaging of joint prostheses is a specific competence of the radiologist in strong collaboration with the orthopedic surgeon, and it is correctly interpreted provided that the medical specialists involved are well aware of the type of prosthesis employed, the implantation technique, and the clinical status of the patient. With the technological development, a great variety of prosthetic devices has become available, designed to fit all body districts, sometimes even personalized according to the anatomical characteristics of the patient.

Role of conventional RX, CT, and MRI in the evaluation of prosthetic joints

MASCIOCCHI, CARLO;ARRIGONI, FRANCESCO;BARILE, ANTONIO
2014-01-01

Abstract

Imaging of joint prostheses is a specific competence of the radiologist in strong collaboration with the orthopedic surgeon, and it is correctly interpreted provided that the medical specialists involved are well aware of the type of prosthesis employed, the implantation technique, and the clinical status of the patient. With the technological development, a great variety of prosthetic devices has become available, designed to fit all body districts, sometimes even personalized according to the anatomical characteristics of the patient.
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