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Retroperitoneal spaces: diagram | Radiology Case |

The retroperitoneum is the part of the abdominal cavity that lies between the posterior parietal peritoneum and anterior to the transversalis fascia. It is divided into three spaces by the perirenal fascia and is best visualised using CT or MRI.

Normal myelination | Radiology Reference Article |

Normal myelination | Radiology Reference Article |

Starry night: hepatitis on ultrasound | Radiology Case |

Prominence of the portal veins "star effect"-sometimes seen sonographically with hepatitis. Other sonographic findings: normal appearance, hypoechoic parenchyma (acute), hepatomegaly, or hyperechoic parenchyma (chronic).

The red rectangular boxes are the essential scanning sites and planes for the femoral arteries and the popliteal artery. The numbers within the boxes represent the general steps of scanning. The schema in the box demonstrates the typical US features of arteries and veins at each scanning site. GSV, greater saphenous vein; FV, femoral vein; CFA, common femoral artery; SFA, superficial femoral artery; DFA, deep femoral artery; SSV, small saphenous vein; POPV, popliteal vein; POPA, popliteal…

Doppler ultrasonography of the lower extremity arteries: anatomy and scanning guidelines

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The Fredericson MTSS classification follows a progression related to the extent of injury. This begins with periosteal edema (grade 1), followed by progressive marrow involvement (grades 2 and 3), and eventually cortical stress fracture (grades 4a and 4b) read more here:

MRI classification of MTSS is an accurate way to correlate the extent of bone involvement with clinical symptoms, which leads to more accurate recommendations for rehab and return to sports activity.