There are multiple imaging planes and pulse sequences that have been recommended for imaging the elbow. Because the authors prefer to use thin sections yet keep overall scan times short enough so that the patient does not become too uncomfortable, we use slightly different protocols depending on the orthopedist's clinical
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sportsmed.theclinics.com concern . Most sports-related elbow injuries are imaged well with noncontrasted MRI images. The MRI sequences that the authors use are:
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