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Diane M. Deely, MD

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132 South 10th Street
Suite 1077, Main Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-7294
(215) 923-1562 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Prevalence and pattern of gluteus medius and minimus tendon pathology and muscle atrophy in older individuals using MRI 16D0
  2. Shoulder, hip, and knee arthrography needle placement using fluoroscopic guidance: Practice patterns of musculoskeletal radiologists in North America
  3. Musculoskeletal Biopsy. Utilization and Provider Distribution in the United States Medicare Population
  4. Use of a novel percutaneous biopsy localization device: Initial musculoskeletal experience
  5. MRI in the Diagnosis of Cartilage Injury in the Wrist
  6. Internal derangement of the wrist: Indirect MR arthrography versus unenhanced MR imaging
  7. Limitations of MR imaging in the diagnosis of peripheral tears of the triangular fibrocartilage of the wrist
  8. The septic versus nonseptic inflamed joint: MRI characteristics
  9. Efficacy of magnetic resonance imaging in the evaluation of posterior cervical spine fractures
  10. Helical CT of calcaneal fractures: Technique and imaging features
  11. Erratum: (Foot and Ankle International (1997) 18:10 (658-663))
  12. Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction: Secondary MR signs
  13. The effect of training and experience on the magnetic resonance imaging interpretation of meniscal tears
  14. Helical CT of talar fractures
  15. MR imaging of bone marrow disorders
  16. Ulcer osteoma and periosteal reactions to chronic leg ulcers
  17. Using MR imaging to differentiate perone 05D7 al splits from other peroneal disorders
  18. Percutaneous skeletal aspiration and core biopsy: Complementary techniques
  19. Coaxial percutaneous needle biopsy of osteolytic lesions with intact cortical bone
  20. Does the use of lidocaine affect the culture of percutaneous bone biopsy specimens obtained to diagnose osteomyelitis?: An in vitro and in vivo study