Improving MR Joint Diagnostics with T1 Water Contrast Using a RESTORE Pulse

The article discusses technical considerations and various clinical applications of the DESS sequence. 3D DESS techniques have advantages in assessment of pediatric cartilage pathology including higher SNR, increased cartilage-to-fluid contrast and isotropic resolution, which helps to reduce partial volume effects. 3D DESS techniques are also of essential importance in the pediatric population due to the lack of ionizing radiation. [...]

Case Report: Assessment of Renal Allograft Function with DTI and Tractography

The article discusses technical considerations and various clinical applications of the DESS sequence. 3D DESS techniques have advantages in assessment of pediatric cartilage pathology including higher SNR, increased cartilage-to-fluid contrast and isotropic resolution, which helps to reduce partial volume effects. 3D DESS techniques are also of essential importance in the pediatric population due to the lack of ionizing radiation. [...]

DeQuervain’s tenosynovitis

A 53 year old female with left wrist pain for the past 4 months without any inciting event. [...]

Ganglion Cyst

22 yr old woman with injury to her wrist one month ago. She noticed mild right wrist pain and swelling the day after the injury. She had pain with movement of her fingers. Recent X-rays were negative. [...]