Integrating MRI findings associated with the spectrum of problems seen in the most commonly treated joints in sports medicine with the diagnostic findings seen during arthroscopy of the same joint in the same patient, this unique text correlates this pathology and applies these findings to the clinic, the radiology reading room and the operating suite. Representing a microcosm of daily patient care, this type of interactive correlation is an exceedingly effective tool for education and continued learning, an impetus for interdisciplinary research collaboration and a critical part of an approach to optimum patient care. Furthermore, this case-based correlation between MRI imaging and arthroscopic findings and treatment is a well-received and effective method for teaching and discussion at meetings and instructional courses.MRI-Arthroscopy Correlations is organized into four sections highlighting the four major joints in which MRI and arthroscopy are most commonly used in sports medicine: knee, shoulder, elbow and hip. Chapters are formatted to present an overview of the specific disease entity first, followed by selected cases chosen by the chapter authors that best illustrate common or noteworthy disease entities or pathology with an emphasis on the parallel MRI imaging and arthroscopic findings. Each of the section editors, as well as the volume editor, are nationally recognized experts, teachers and pioneers in their respective areas of sports medicine and have covered the gamut of topics in each of their sections. Taken together, this will be an invaluable resource for sports medicine specialists, orthopedic surgeons and musculoskeletal radiologists alike, promoting increasingly accurate diagnoses of pathology and advanced treatment options to aid in the optimization of patient care and recovery. von Brockmeier, Stephen F.
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Stephen F. Brockmeier, MD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Division of Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia. Dr. Brockmeier received his medical education at Georgetown University School of Medicine and completed a fellowship in sports medicine and shoulder surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. In addition to serving as the team orthopedic surgeon for the University of Virginia athletic department, Dr. Brockmeier also serves as team surgeon for James Madison University and the Charlotte Bobcats NBA franchise.