1. Traumatic Neuroma

    A 45 year old man fell through a plate glass window 6 months ago, lacerating the right wrist with subsequent diminished sensation in the right thumb, index and middle fingers. He now presents to the orthopaedist with an enlarging painful mass in the wrist at the site of injury.

  2. Today’s Interesting Case: Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time. A 24 year-old male presents with knee pain and swelling and a posterior mass. A fat-suppressed proton density-weighted sagittal image reveals extensive lobulated soft […]

  3. Stress Fractures in the Foot and Ankle

    A 17 year-old female presents with three months of anterior ankle pain. (1a) Axial T1-weighted and (1b) coronal proton-density weighted fat-suppressed images are provided.

  4. Radsource Adds Six ProtonPACS Clients in 2nd Quarter

    Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), has expanded its PACS service area with six new installations in the second quarter, bringing the total to 12 new implementations in 2016. Bright Light Radiology (Chicago, IL), South Bend Orthopaedics (South Bend, IN), Low Country […]

  5. Radsource Welcomes New Radiologist – Tom Hash, MD

    Radsource is pleased to announce that we have a new radiologist, Tom Hash, MD. Dr. Hash is a highly experienced musculoskeletal radiologist who obtained his bachelor’s degree from Duke University. He attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia, which was followed by an Internal Medicine internship at the Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, […]

  6. The Thumb Carpometacarpal Joint

    A 21 year-old male crashed his all-terrain vehicle 10 days ago and radiographs revealed dorsoradial dislocation of the thumb CMC joint. Coronal STIR images of the wrist/thumb are provided.

  7. Today’s Interesting Case: Pectoralis Tear

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.  Today’s case involves a 46 year-old male who was injured playing hockey and presents with pain, bruising, and a lump in the anterior chest.   […]

  8. Deep Venous Thrombosis

    A 62 year-old female complains of progressive knee pain that worsens with exercise.