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Tenosynography
Julia R. Crim, MD
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KEY FACTS

  • Terminology

    • Pre-Procedure

      • Procedure

        • Outcomes

          TERMINOLOGY

          • Definitions

            • Tenosynography: Contrast injection into tendon sheath for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes
              • Sometimes erroneously referred to as tenography
                • Tenography is a misnomer; denotes injection into tendon rather than tendon sheath

          PRE-PROCEDURE

          • Indications

            • Contraindications

              • Getting Started

                PROCEDURE

                • Procedure Steps

                  • Findings and Reporting

                    POST-PROCEDURE

                    • Expected Outcome

                      OUTCOMES

                      • Problems

                        • Complications

                          Selected References

                          1. Borland S et al: Complete rupture of the peroneus longus tendon secondary to injection. Foot (Edinb). 19(4):229-31, 2009
                          2. Cronin CG et al: Anatomy, pathology, imaging and intervention of the iliopsoas muscle revisited. Emerg Radiol. 15(5):295-310, 2008
                          3. Gelbart MS et al: A novel approach to flexor hallucis longus tenography. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 187(6):1432-5, 2006
                          4. Schreibman KL: Ankle tenography: what, how, and why. Semin Roentgenol. 39(1):95-113, 2004
                          5. Jaffee NW et al: Diagnostic and therapeutic ankle tenography: outcomes and complications. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 176(2):365-71, 2001
                          6. Baker KS et al: The current role of tenography and bursography. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 154(1):129-33, 1990
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                          KEY FACTS

                          • Terminology

                            • Pre-Procedure

                              • Procedure

                                • Outcomes

                                  TERMINOLOGY

                                  • Definitions

                                    • Tenosynography: Contrast injection into tendon sheath for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes
                                      • Sometimes erroneously referred to as tenography
                                        • Tenography is a misnomer; denotes injection into tendon rather than tendon sheath

                                  PRE-PROCEDURE

                                  • Indications

                                    • Contraindications

                                      • Getting Started

                                        PROCEDURE

                                        • Procedure Steps

                                          • Findings and Reporting

                                            POST-PROCEDURE

                                            • Expected Outcome

                                              OUTCOMES

                                              • Problems

                                                • Complications

                                                  Selected References

                                                  1. Borland S et al: Complete rupture of the peroneus longus tendon secondary to injection. Foot (Edinb). 19(4):229-31, 2009
                                                  2. Cronin CG et al: Anatomy, pathology, imaging and intervention of the iliopsoas muscle revisited. Emerg Radiol. 15(5):295-310, 2008
                                                  3. Gelbart MS et al: A novel approach to flexor hallucis longus tenography. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 187(6):1432-5, 2006
                                                  4. Schreibman KL: Ankle tenography: what, how, and why. Semin Roentgenol. 39(1):95-113, 2004
                                                  5. Jaffee NW et al: Diagnostic and therapeutic ankle tenography: outcomes and complications. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 176(2):365-71, 2001
                                                  6. Baker KS et al: The current role of tenography and bursography. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 154(1):129-33, 1990