In musculo-skeletal pathologies, sectional imaging is complementary ultrasound and X-rays.

Complementary Imaging Technique

Musculo-skeletal imaging is an essential tool for the etiological assessment of vertebrae, joint or muscle pain, requiring different imaging modalities for each situation (e.g., X-rays, CT scan and MRI). CT and/or MRI are perfectly adapted for the detection of disc hernia (e.g., in cervicobrachial neuralgia, sciatica or cruralgia for instance) or a decrease in the size of the spinal canal (e.g., narrowing of the cervical or lumbar canal…) or of a foramen (e.g., narrowing or foraminal stenosis), notably through the use of a three-dimensional exploration with high spatial resolution. MRI is also the examination of choice when exploring the menisci and knee ligaments (collateral ligament, cruciate ligament…) and shoulder  tendons (e.g., supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis, long biceps…).

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