Imaging in Sports Medicine
Garry E. Gold and William B. Morrison, Organizers

Last updated 20 February 2009

Educational Objectives:
Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:

Using MRI findings, identify mechanisms of joint injury and improve their diagnosis of sports-related abnormalities;
Tailor MRI protocols to address sport-related musculoskeletal injuries;
Explain the role of MR arthrography in the evaluation of intra-articular injuries;
Assess the clinical relevance of sports injuries and correlate MRI findings with surgical treatments;
Distinguish trauma-related bone and muscle injuries from neoplastic lesions;
Determine the significance of post-operative MRI findings of the joints;
Describe indications for MR kinematic evaluation of the joints.

Tuesday, 21 May

07:00 Muscle Injuries William E. Palmer
07:25 Elbow Lynn S. Steinbach
07:50 Discussion

Wednesday, 22 May

07:00 Knee, Menisci, Cartilage Lawrence M. White
07:25 Post-Operative Knee Timothy G. Sanders
07:50 Discussion

Thursday, 23 May

07:00 Sports Medicine MRI: Technical Considerations Garry E. Gold
07:25 Hip, Pelvis Cheryl A. Petersilge
07:50 Discussion

Friday, 24 May

07:00 Shoulder Injuries John A. Carrino
07:25 Ankle Christopher F. Beaulieu
07:50 Discussion