Digital arthrography was accomplished in 16 patients who had painful prostheses. In each instance, resulting arthrographic abnormalities were compared with those apparent on subsequent overhead radiographs. Results indicate the potential value of the digital technique in this clinical setting. The examination is easy to perform and rapid, and allows the examiner to view the changing images in the subtraction mode. Image manipulation and enhancement are also possible.
- Digital arthrography
- Joint prostheses
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging