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  • Tarsal coalition | Radiology Reference Article ...
    Tarsal coalition describes complete or partial union between two or more bones in the midfoot and hindfoot. Tarsal coalition refers to developmental fusion rather ...http://radiopaedia.org/articles/tarsal-coalition
  • Tarsal Coalition - Medscape Reference

    Tarsal Coalition - Medscape Reference

    Tarsal coalition is a condition in which 2 or more bones in the midfoot or hindfoot are joined. The most common types of coalitions are those between the ...http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1233780-overview
  • RAD for JIEUN: Tarsal Coalition - blogspot.com

    RAD for JIEUN: Tarsal Coalition - blogspot.com

    RAD for JIEUN: Tarsal Coalition - blogspot.comhttp://radforjieun.blogspot.com/2012/02/tarsal-coalition.html
  • Tarsal Coalition Imaging - Medscape Reference

    Tarsal Coalition Imaging - Medscape Reference

    Tarsal coalition is the abnormal union of 2 or more bones in the hindfoot and midfoot. This union may be either complete or incomplete, and the condition ...http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/396694-overview
  • Tarsal sinus | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org

    Tarsal sinus | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org

    The tarsal sinus (or sinus tarsi) is a cylindrical cavity located between the talus and calcaneus on the lateral aspect of the foot. Gross anatomyThe tarsal sinus is ...http://radiopaedia.org/articles/tarsal-sinus
  • tarsal bone - definition of tarsal bone by Medical dictionary

    tarsal bone - definition of tarsal bone by Medical dictionary

    TheWelsh international, who has been out of action since December, needs surgery to repair a fractured tarsal bone in his right foot.http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/tarsal+bone
  • RiT radiology: C Sign of Talocalcaneal Coalition

    RiT radiology: C Sign of Talocalcaneal Coalition

    C sign seen on lateral view when middle facet talocalcaneal coalition is present (as in our case) Talar beak is an indirect sign of abnormal talonavicular ...http://radiologyinthai.blogspot.com/2010/05/c-sign-of-talocalcaneal-coalition.html
  • - Synostoses du tarse - Diagnostic et traitement.

    - Synostoses du tarse - Diagnostic et traitement.

    INTRODUCTION. Notre intérêt pour les synostoses a été éveillé il y a quelques années par la découverte de quelques cas d’atteinte calcanéo-naviculaire et ...http://www.chirurgie-orthopedique.be/pied/synostose.html
  • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome - Morphopedics - Wikidot

    Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome - Morphopedics - Wikidot

    Description: 1, 2. Tarsal tunnel syndrome, commonly referred to as tibial nerve dysfunction, is an uncommon peripheral neuropathy caused by damage to and/or ...http://morphopedics.wikidot.com/tarsal-tunnel-syndrome
  • Pediatric Radiology - University of Virginia

    Pediatric Radiology - University of Virginia

    Jonathan Ciambotti M.D., Wei-Shin Lai M.D., Christopher D. Cook M.D., Talissa Altes M.D., Ellen Casey S.M.D., Tatiana Pirttima M.D., Steven Pirttima M.D., Kimiknu ...http://www.med-ed.virginia.edu/courses/rad/peds/
  • CHORUS - Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology

    CHORUS - Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology

    CHORUS is a hypertext medical reference. More than 1100 documents describe diseases, anatomy, and radiologic findings.http://www.gamuts.net/chorus/
  • Pediatric Radiology - University of Virginia

    Pediatric Radiology - University of Virginia

    The plain XR will show a "single bubble" with air in a distended stomach. An elongated and narrowed pyloric canal (2-4cm in length) results in a "string" sign ...http://www.med-ed.virginia.edu/courses/rad/peds/abd_webpages/abdominal15b.html

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