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PERBEDAAN INFORMASI ANATOMI MRI KNEE JOINT IRISAN SAGITAL ANTARA PEMBOBOTAN PROTON DENSITY DAN PEMBOBOTAN PROTON DENSITY SPIR PADA KASUS RUPTUR ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENTPERBEDAAN INFORMASI ANATOMI MRI KNEE JOINT IRISAN SAGITAL ANTARA PEMBOBOTAN PROTON DENSITY DAN PEMBOBOTAN PROTON DENSITY SPIR PADA KASUS RUPTUR ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT

By Wahyuningsih Lauma

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Background: MRI knee joint examination is usually view ruptures or unseen images of x-rays, because using MRI can exhibit very small images such as ligaments. In some condition, MRI examination has diffiiculty to distinguish fat and soft tissue. Fat often be asource of a problem in MRI, because fat sorrounds in anatomical structures, but fat does not have a firm limit. To overcome these obstacles then developed a fat pressing technique called fat suppression. The purpose of this research is to know the difference anatomical information of MRI knee joint in sagittal section with proton density weighted and proton density weighted SPIR in ruptur anterior cruciate ligament case, and to know which sequence is better to display knee joint anatomy information. Methods: This study is a quantitative study with experimental approach. It was conducted at Dr. Saiful Anwar Malang. The data in the form of MRI knee joint images of sagittal section betwen proton density weighted and proton density weighted SPIR 10 patients. The data assessment was done by two respondents and the data were analyzed using Wilcoxon to assess the clarity of anatomical information and mean rank results to see the better sequence. Results: The results showed that there were significant differences in the anatomical information of MRI knee joint in sagittal section between proton density weighted and proton density weighted SPIR with p-value 0.001. The differences in anatomical information in SPIR use occur in anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament, meniscus and rupture anterior cruciate ligament. The proton density weighted SPIR is better sequence to visualize anatomical information of knee joint in anterior cruciate ligament rupture cases. Conclusion: There is a significant difference in anatomical information of MRI Knee Joint in sagittal section between proton density and proton density spir in ruptur anterior cruciate ligament case in the ACL Rupture case with p-value 0.001 (p-value61 HLM Tinggi 29c

Topics: Ruptur ACL, Knee Joint, SPIR
Publisher: Prodi DIV T. Radiodiagnostik dan Radioterapi Semarang POLTEKKES KEMENKES SEMARANG
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:repository.poltekkes-smg.ac.id:slims-14213
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