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Adam Zoga, MD

Contact Dr. Zoga

132 South 10th Street
Suite 1096, Main Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-8890
(215) 923-1562 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Association of Gluteus Medius and Minimus Muscle Atrophy and Fall-Related Hip Fracture in Older Individuals Using Computed Tomography
  2. Prevalence and pattern of gluteus medius and minimus tendon pathology and muscle atrophy in older individuals using MRI
  3. Treatment of massive and recurrent rotator cuff tears augmented with a poly-l-lactide graft, a preliminary study
  4. The Role of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Athletic Pubalgia and Core Muscle Injury
  5. Frequency, imaging findings, risk factors, and long-term sequelae of distal clavicular osteolysis in young patients
  6. ACR appropriateness criteria acute trauma to the foot
  7. ACR appropriateness criteria acute trauma to the ankle
  8. Acromial apophysiolysis: Superior shoulder pain and acromial nonfusion in the young throwing athlete
  9. Core muscle injuries
  10. ACR appropriateness criteria acute hip pain - Suspected fracture
  11. Acute calcific tendinitis of the flexor pollicis longus in an 8-year-old boy
  12. Current understanding of core muscle injuries (Athletic Pubalgia, Sports Hernia)
  13. Imaging of athletic pubalgia and core muscle injuries. Clinical and therapeutic Correlations
  14. Magnetic resonance imaging of athletic pubalgia and the sports hernia: Current understanding and practice
  15. The effect of meniscal tears on cartilage loss of the knee: Findings on serial MRIs
  16. Review of MRI Technique and imaging findings in athletic pubalgia and the "sports hernia"
  17. Insufficiency and nondisplaced fractures of the talar head: MRI appearances
  18. 0550 A 14-year-old with lateral knee pain and locking
  19. The effect of meniscal tears on cartilage loss of the knee: findings on serial MRIs.
  20. Limitations of radiographs in evaluating non-displaced osteochondral lesions of the talus