Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography–MR Imaging Correlation: A Key Component for Best Practice

Published:February 27, 2023DOI:
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      Lynne S. Steinbach, MD, FACR, Consulting Editor
      Over the last few decades, it has been exciting to see how MR imaging and ultrasound have made leaps and bounds in diagnosis, characterization, and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. These imaging techniques that do not contain ionizing radiation can be used separately but are often complementary. Many imagers are learning about the potential of this area, including how and when to perform these studies as well as how to interpret them. This issue elucidates the application of ultrasound and MR imaging for musculoskeletal imaging with cutting-edge material and visuals.
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