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Lincoln Wong

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MR shoulder arthrography is a frequently ordered study in the pediatric population for shoulder symptoms relating to sports injuries. The traditional technique for injecting contrast into the shoulder joint has been with fluoroscopy. Following principles of ALARA, we set out to find ways to reduce or eliminate radiation from the procedure. Ultrasound has been utilized increasingly for diagnosing musculoskeletal pathology and is a well-established technique in the adult population to guide joint injection of medication. This educational exhibit aims to discuss how we implemented this technique at our hospital, outline tips and pitfalls we learned along the way, and discuss benefits and drawbacks with the procedure. Read More

Meeting name: IPR 2016 Conjoint Meeting & Exhibition , 2016

Authors: Wong Lincoln, Powers Andria

Keywords: ultrasound, arthrography, shoulder, radiation, MR

The exponential growth in medical imaging parallels today’s growth in consumer technology. At the forefront of this growth are 3D printing and augmented reality. Their uses in medicine today are in their infancy and radiologists play a key role in nurturing these technologies to ensure their meaningful use in medicine. In this educational exhibit, we showcase the use of 3D printing and augmented reality in helping a pediatric surgeon visualize a complex brachial plexus tumor in a 6-year-old boy prior to its resection. We will describe the process of developing the models, including our role as radiologists. Read More

Meeting name: SPR 2017 Annual Meeting & Categorical Course , 2017

Authors: Wong Lincoln, Love Terri, Abdessalam Shahab, Linke Ronald, Vonhlefeld Thomas

Keywords: 3d printing, augmented reality, technology