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Arthrography

Arthrography is an imaging method used by radiologists to examine and evaluate the interior of a joint. It can be used to detect arthritis or soft tissue tears inside a joint, such as a meniscal tear. The method involves injecting the area with a contrast medium and then taking an "arthrogram" – a series of radiographic images (usually fluoroscopy or MRI images).

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