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Table 3 Clinical applications of joint dynamic MRI

From: Dynamic MRI for articulating joint evaluation on 1.5 T and 3.0 T scanners: setup, protocols, and real-time sequences

Shoulder Subacromial impingement [49, 50]
Wrist Scapholunate instability [51]
Extensor carpi ulnaris tendon instability [32]
Finger Pulley injuries [52]
Hip Femoroacetabular impingement [53]
Knee Patellofemoral instability [16, 23, 43, 54]
Anterior cruciate ligament deficiency [55,56,57]
Post-traumatic medial laxity [36]
Ankle Peroneal tendon subluxation [47]