1. Persistent Median Artery

    A 35 year-old male patient presents with index finger ischemia and volar wrist pain. Fat-suppressed proton density-weighted axial (1a-c) and sagittal T2-weighted (1d) images through the wrist near the level of the carpal tunnel are provided.

  2. Compartment Syndrome of the Leg

    A 32 year-old male presents with right lateral leg pain and swelling. Symptoms began while running a half marathon two weeks ago. (1A) Axial T1-weighted and (1B,C) fat suppressed T2-weighted images are provided.

  3. Flexor Carpi Radialis Tendinopathy

    A 51-year-old male with chronic wrist pain felt a sudden pop and acute pain exacerbation while lifting a heavy object.  Axial and coronal fat-suppressed proton density-weighted and two sagittal T2-weighted MR images are provided. 

  4. Radsource Completes 13 ProtonPACS Installations in First Quarter of 2018

    Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), added two new ProtonPACS clients in the first quarter of 2018. Additionally, the company launched 11 new instances of ProtonPACS for existing customers, bringing the total installations for the first quarter to 13. Two new hospital […]

  5. Scheuermann’s Disease

    A 14 year-old male complains of back pain during exercise. A sagittal T2-weighted view of the thoracic spine is provided.

  6. MRI Interpretation: Global Billing is Better for You and Your Patients

    Does your radiologist bill patients directly for the MRI interpretation professional component? You may not realize it but, with this approach, your practice is leaving money on the table. At Radsource, we charge a flat fee for all MRI interpretations regardless of study type or whether contrast is utilized, and our clients bill globally for […]

  7. Meniscal Tear Patterns in ACL disruption

    A 16 year-old female presents after twisting her knee while playing basketball 7 days prior.  Cropped fat-suppressed proton density-weighted coronal (1A) and sagittal (1B) images are provided. 

  8. Pathology of the Teres Minor

    A professional football player presents with posterior shoulder pain following a fall onto the anterior shoulder during a game. T2-weighted sagittal (1A), fat-suppressed proton density-weighted axial (1B,C) and fat-suppressed T2-weighted coronal images (1D) are provided.