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William B. Morrison, MD

Contact Dr. Morrison

132 South 10th Street
Suite 1079A, Main Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-3956
(215) 923-1562 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. ACR appropriateness criteria acute hip pain - Suspected fracture
  2. Posterior horn medial meniscal root tear: The prequel
  3. Imaging of the shoulder with arthroscopic correlation
  4. Distinguishing pseudomeningocele, epidural hematoma, and postoperative infection on postoperative MRI
  5. Comparison of four prediction models to discriminate benign from malignant vertebral compression fractures according to MRI feature analysis
  6. MR imaging of hip infection and inflammation
  7. Vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty in the United States: Provider distribution and guidance method, 2001-2010
  8. The effect of meniscal tears on cartilage loss of the knee: Findings on serial MRIs
  9. Review of MRI Technique and imaging findings in athletic pubalgia and the "sports hernia"
  10. A 14-year-old with lateral knee pain and locking
  11. The effect of meniscal tears on cartilage loss of the knee: findings on serial MRIs.
  12. Postoperative infection in the foot and ankle
  13. Anatomical relationships of the anterior blood vessels to the lower lumbar intervertebral discs: Analysis based on magnetic resonance imaging of patients in the prone position
  14. Research synthesis: What is the diagnostic performance of magnetic resonance imaging to discriminate benign from malignant vertebral compression fractures? systematic review and meta-analysis
  15. Limitations of radiographs in evaluating non-displaced osteochondral lesions of the talus
  16. ACR Appropriateness Criteria® acute trauma to the knee
  17. Imaging the diabetic foot
  18. The prevalence of cam-type femoroacetabular deformity in asymptomatic adults (Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - Series B (2011) 93-B, (1303-1307))
  19. A 14-year-old with lateral knee pain and locking
  20. The prevalence of cam-type femoroacetabular deformity in asymptomatic adults
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