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since joints are situated obliquely within the body, MR imaging is acquired in the (plane)

oblique plane

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figure B 38 arrow A

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frontal lobe

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figure B 38 arrow B

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temporal lobe

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figure B 38 arrow C

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temporal bone

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figure B 38 arrow D

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meniscus

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figure B 38 arrow E

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condyle of the mandible

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figure B 38 arrow F

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sylvian fissure

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figure B 38 arrow G

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eminence

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figure B 38 arrow H

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meniscus

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figure B 38 arrow I

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external auditory meatus

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figure B 38 shows the images of the TMJ for the evaluation of range of motion, whereby images are acquired 

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closed and open mouth

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TMJ imaging is acquired with oblique acquisition.  The sagittal oblique images figure B 39 lower left are acquired with slices 

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perpendicular to the madibular condyle

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TMJ imaging is acquired with an oblique acquisition,  the coronbal oblique images V lower right are acquired with slices

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parallel to the madibular condyle

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figure B 39 arrow A

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rectus muscle

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figure B 39 arrow B

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temporal bone

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figure B 39 arrow C

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meniscus

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figure B 39 arrow D

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condyle of the mandible

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shoulder imaging is acquired in the oblique acuisistion.  the coronal oblique images figure B 40 with slices 

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along the supraspinatus muscle (upper rt -top)

perpendicular to the glenoid fossa (upper rt-bottom)

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figure B 40 arrow A

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trapezius muscle

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figure B 40 arrow B

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acromion

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figure B 40 arrow C

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supraspinatus muscle

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figure B 40 arrow D

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rotator cuff

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the structures that make up the rotator cuff

supraspinatus muscle/tendon

infraspinatus muscle/tendon

teres minor muscle/tendon

subscapularis muscle/tendon

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figure B 40 arrow E

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deltoid muscle

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figure B 40 arrow F

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glenoid fossa

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figure B 40 arrow G

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humeral head

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figure B 40 arrow H

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subscapularis muscle

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figure B 41 arrow A

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acromion

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figure B 41 arrow B

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acromio-clavicular joint (AC)

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figure B 41 arrow C

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clavicle

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figure B 41 arrow D

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supraspinatus tendon

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figure B 41 arrow E

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infraspinatus tendon

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figure B 41 arrow F

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teres minor tendon

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figure B 41 arrow G

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subscapularis tendon

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figure B 41 arrow H

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humeral head

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figure B 41 arrow I

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biceps muscle

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figure B 42 arrow A

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pectoralis muscle

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figure B 42 arrow B

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subscapularis mtendon

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figure B 42 arrow C

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lung

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figure B 42 arrow D

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deltoid muscle

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figure B 42 arrow E

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humeral head

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figure B 42 arrow F

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subscapularis muscle

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figure B 42 arrow G

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glenoid fossa

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figure B 42 arrow H

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infraspinatus muscle

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figure B 42 arrow I

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scapula

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figure B 43 arrow A

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triceps muscle

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figure B 43 arrow B

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humerous

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figure B 43 arrow C

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biceps muscle

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figure B 43 arrow D

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olecrannon process

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figure B 43 arrow E

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olecranon fossa

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figure B 43 arrow F

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trochlea

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figure B 43 arrow G

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coronoid process

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figure B 43 arrow H

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brachioradialus muscles

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figure B 43 arrow I

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ulna

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positioning for optimal elbow imaging can be tricky because of the elbows locatoin

for this reason positioning can be performed whereby the patient is

prone with arm extended over head within the extremity coil

supine with arm extended over head within the extremity coil

supine with arem beside with a flex cold wrapped around the elbow

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figure B 44 arrow A

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olecranon process

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figure B 44 arrow B

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extensor tendons

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figure B 44 is displayed whereby the top of the image represents the _____aspect of the elbow

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`posterior

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figure B 44 arrow C

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olecranon fossa

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figure B 44 arrow D

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capitellum

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figure B 44 arrow E

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trochlea

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figure B 44 arrow F

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brachioradialus muscles

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figure B 45 arrow A

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humerus

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figure B 45 arrow B

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olecranon fossa

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figure B 45 arrow C

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trochlea

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figure B 45 arrow D

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capitellum

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figure B 45 arrow E

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lateral collateral ligament

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figure B 45 arrow F

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humero-radial joint

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figure B 45 arrow G

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head of radius

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figure B 45 arrow H

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ulna

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figure B 45 arrow I

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brachioradialus muscles