Mark D. Miller, MD
It is so much easier to see something if you know what you are looking for!
That is the purpose of the next two issues of the Clinics in Sports Medicine.
Dr. Tim Sanders, whom I have known and had the pleasure of working with over the last 10 years, has put together a pair of absolutely outstanding issues on musculoskeletal imaging. This first issue focuses on the upper extremity, and it will be followed by a lower extremity issue. Tim has already educated many of us with his excellent current concepts articles in the American Journal of Sports Medicine and his podium presentations, including his recent review at the Colorado Orthopaedic Review Course.
Dr. Sanders has assembled an ''all star'' panel of radiologists, who know what they are talking about and, more importantly, can teach even the most imaging-illiterate of us. From the fingers to the shoulder, from kids to adults, from radiographs to ultrasound to MRI, this issue covers it all. This is perhaps one issue that orthopaedic surgeons may enjoy even more than our nonoperative colleagues, because there are more pictures! Please enjoy this issue. I know I will!
Mark D. Miller, MD University of Virginia Department of Sports Medicine McCue Center - 3rd Floor Emmet St. & Massie Rd. Charlottesville, VA 22903, USA
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