Posts by Dr. Ted Roberto

Knee Injuries in Athletes

With the onset of Fall, High School Athletics resume in full force. This “New Beginning” can also mean “New Injuries” for some athletes. The knee is no stranger to athletic-type injuries as it is subjected to an incredible amount of stress during sports. Often these injuries are chronic injuries, having resulted from years of wear…

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Gout: Answer to Unknown Case of the Month #105

As published by The Radiological Society of New Jersey Findings: The radiograph demonstrates a large tophus at the 1st MTP joint. There are several erosions throughout the foot, which are well corticated, some, of which show overhanging edges. The MRI again demonstrates the erosions and tophus with low T1 signal, heterogenous low to intermediate T2…

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