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Usefulness of MRI 3D Image Reconstruction Techniques for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Femoral Acetabular Impingement Syndrome(Cam type)
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Usefulness of MRI 3D Image Reconstruction Techniques for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Femoral Acetabular Impingement Syndrome(Cam type)
Kwak, Yeong-Gon; Kim, Chong-Yeal; Cho, Yeong-Gi;
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To minimize CT examination for Hip FAI diagnosis and operation plan. also, whether the MRI 3D images can replace Hip Clock face image was evaluated when performing Hip FAI MRI by using additional 3D image. This study analyzed Hip MRI and 3D Hip CT images of 31 patients in this hospital. For the purpose of evaluating the images, one orthopedic surgeon and one radiology specialist reconstructed Clock face, at MR and CT modality, by superior 12 o'clock, labrum front 3 o'clock, and the other side 9 o'clock, centering on Hip joint articular transverse ligament 6 o'clock. Afterwards, by the Likert Scale 5 point scale (independent t-test p<0.005), this study evaluated the check-up of A. retinacular vessel, B. head neck junction at 11 o'clock, A. Epiphyseal line, B. Cam lesion at 12 o'clock, and Cam lesion, Posterior Cam lesion at 1,2,3 and 4 o'clock. As for the verification of reliability among observers, this study verified coincidence by Cohen's weighted Kappa verification. As a result of Likert scale for the purpose of qualitative evaluation about the image, 11 o'clock A. retinacular vessel MR average was and CT average was . B. head neck juncton didn't have a difference between two observers (p <0.416). 12 o'clock A. Epiphyseal line MR average was and CT average was (p<0.000). B. Cam lesion didn't have a difference between two observers (p <0.532). 1,2,3,4 Cam lesion and Posterior Cam lesion were not statistically significant (p <0.656, p <0.658). As a result of weighted Kappa verification, 11 o'clock A.retinacular vessel CT K value was 0.663 and the lowest conformity. As a result of coincidence evaluation on respective item, a very high result was drawn, and two observers showed high reliability.
 Keywords
FAI MRI;MRI 3D;CT 3D;
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Korean
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