Figure 6.

Mobile MRI of pelvis region and hip joints. A: male, 45-years-old, stage 8, 511 km (PDw TSE fs coronal): Massive edema and (peri-)myositis of right proximal quadriceps muscle (1). B: female, 46-years-old, stage 48, 3,290 km (PDw TSE fs, B1: coronal, B2,3: transversal): Stress fracture of left ventral pelvic ring (1: Ramus superior ossis pubis; 2: Ramus inferior ossis pubis) with perifocal soft tissue edema/inflammation (3). C: male, 41-years old, stage 11, 739 km (T1 TSE coronal): Arthrosis of the left hip (1: acetabular sclerosis, 2: deformation and osteophyte of the femoral head). D: male, 61-years-old, stage 38, 2601 km (PDw TSE fs transversal): Intraosseus edema in the right Ala ossis ileum (1) with massive peri-osseal inflammation of the gluteal muscle origin (2).

Sch├╝tz et al. BMC Medicine 2012 10:78   doi:10.1186/1741-7015-10-78
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