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Unformatted text preview: Upper Extremity And Thoracic Spine Patricia Moser, MD Patricia Moser, MD Assistant Professor, Diagnostic Radiology Assistant Professor, Diagnostic Radiology University of Florida College of Medicine University of Florida College of Medicine Objectives • Understand the anatomy of the thoracic spine Understand the anatomy of the thoracic spine and the normal imaging appearance. and the normal imaging appearance. • Be able to identify the bones of the upper Be able to identify the bones of the upper extremity. extremity. • Understand the major muscles and muscle Understand the major muscles and muscle groups of the upper extremity. groups of the upper extremity. • Be able to identify the modalities used in Be able to identify the modalities used in imaging the upper extremity. imaging the upper extremity. • Understand the anatomy as it pertains to some Understand the anatomy as it pertains to some of the more common injuries to the upper of the more common injuries to the upper extremity. extremity. Thoracic Spine Thoracic Spine -XRAY Frontal AP Lateral Thoracic Spine - CT LV VERTEBRAL BODY SPINAL CANAL TRANSVERSE PROCESS RIB LUNG RA LA RV AORTA Thoracic Spine - CT Note that Iodine contrast has been injected into the thecal sac to outline the spinal cord Thoracic Spine – MRI T1 Weighted-dark CSF T2 Weighted-bright CSF Note that you can see cord and CSF without contrast on MRI SPINAL CORD VERTEBRAL BODY Cervico-thoracic Junction - MRI T1 WEIGHTED IMAGE DARK CSF T2 WEIGHTED IMAGE BRIGHT CSF C6 C7---T1 T2 … C6 C7---T1 T2 … Thoracic Spine - MRI T1 WEIGHTED IMAGE T2 WEIGHTED IMAGE Cervical Thoracic Upper Extremity Clavicle LATERAL Acromioclavicular joint MEDIAL Sternoclavicular joint Sternoclavicular Joint - CT Fractured Clavicle Acromioclavicular Joint Acromioclavicular Joint - CT Acromioclavicular Separation...
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course BMS 6190 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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