What is an Arthrogram?

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An arthrogram uses imaging equipment to inspect joints such as the elbow, wrist, shoulder, hip, knee, etc. It is essentially an image detailing the inside section of a joint. An arthrogram is a two-step process, in which a patient receives a contrast injection into the joint and then either a CT Scan or MRI afterwards. Some of the primary reasons …

Arthrogram VS. MRI: What are the Key Differences?

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What is an MRI? Often times patients will experience pain or changes in the body that cannot be defined from a physical exam. The pain could be a chronic issue that has increased over the years or from an acute injury that needs immediate attention. A physician may order an MRI to further evaluate the issue and get a close …