X-ray technique for joints using air and/or dye injected in affected area (to show torn cartilage or rotator cuff tears).
Visualization of a joint by x-ray study after injecting of an opaque dye into the joint space.
a fluoroscopic examination of a joint under fluoroscopy
a joint study, where the Radiologist will inject contrast into the joint
an injection of a non-radioactive iodine contrast and a small amount of air directly into the joint space
an X-ray of the shoulder taken after dye is injected into the joint
an - X - ray test - taken after a - contrast material - (such as a dye, air, or both) is injected
a special type of x ray in which a contrast dye is injected into the hip to outline the cavity surrounding the joint
a special type of x-ray in which dyes are injected to better outline the tissue structures of the shoulder
a study where a type of contrast is injected directly into a joint because there isn't much blood flow in joints, injection into veins is nearly useless
a test which involves injecting contrast material (dye) into a joint to better outline the internal structures
Diagnostic imaging of a joint that has been filed with a contrast medium.
The injection of radiographic dye into a joint that is then x-rayed. The contrast dye allows for better visualization of the joint and possible irregularities. Arthrograms are being progressively replaced by MRI.
X-ray technique for joints using air and/or dye injected into the affected area; useful in diagnosing meniscus tears of the knee and rotator cuff tears of the shoulder.
A roentgenographic record of a joint after the introduction of contrast material. image
radiopaque material injected into a joint to facilitate the taking of an X-ray.
x-ray of a joint.