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Natl J Med Res. 2015; 5(4): 309-311

X-Ray and MRI Correlation of Bone Tumours

Mitesh D. Ghadiali, Mahesh. K. Vadel, Purvi Desai, Bhagwati V Ukani, Yash N Jardosh.

Introduction: The evaluation of all skeletal lesions should begin with plain radiographic imaging. These images give basic information about its site, its location,its morphology, its aggressiveness. After the initial plain radiographic evaluation, the next imaging modality of choice is MRI. its clinical applications in the form of diagnostic and therapeutic monitoring has reached a new height in musculoskeletal imaging1. Method: Correlating x-ray findings with mri findings to know the sensitivity and specificity of each diagnostic modality and to know role of each in planning management 30 patients were studied,The plain film included at least 2 projection depending on location and then patients underwent MRI. Result: MRI is useful for information regarding soft tissue component, periosteal reaction where as XRAY is useful for information regarding bone and tumour calcification

Key words: Bone tumor, X-ray, MRI

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