A 22-year-old female runner presents with worsening right foot pain with running and prolonged weight-bearing. Sagittal T1-weighted (1a) and STIR (1b), axial T1-weighted (1c) and fat-suppressed T2-weighted (1d), as well as coronal T2 Dixon Fat (1e) and T2 Dixon Water (1f) images are provided. What are the findings? What is your diagnosis?
In this month’s Radsource MRI Web Clinic, Dr. Martha Norris reviews a group of childhood osseous injuries in which the risk of growth disturbance can be assessed with MRI.
A 62 year-old female with a history of arthritis has had vague left thigh pain for several months. An MRI was performed to evaluate the musculature and femur.