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When sports medicine physicians need another set of eyes to diagnose an elusive condition, like a stress fracture or a neuropathy, medical imaging can help confirm or rule-out a diagnosis. The next two issues of Clinics in Sports Medicine are dedicated to Imaging - Upper and Lower Extremities - respectively. Tim Sanders, MD examines approaches and interpreting injuries of the shoulder, elbow, ulnar-sided wrist pain, finger and thumb and even upper extremity imaging in children. Key words: MRI, ultrasound, low field strength MR imaging, shoulder, elbow, glenohumeral instability, wrist, high-performance throwing athletes, entrapment neuropathies
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