A wide range of nontraumatic musculoskeletal conditions may require emergent or urgent management to avoid adverse clinical outcomes. These entities include bone and soft tissue infections, tissue necrosis, impending pathologic fracture or fungating tumor, and pseudoaneurysms. In this review, the magnetic resonance imaging appearance of these various entities is presented and discussed with the aim of improving radiologist and clinician recognition of the importance of key imaging findings in each case.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging