When a radiological image includes unfamiliar features, how do you decide whether it is normal variation or pathological abnormality? If you decide an abnormality is present, can you make a diagnosis from the image alone? Pearls and Pitfalls in Musculoskeletal Imaging differentiates less common findings or normal variant mimickers from the more common similar appearing diseases, helping you make a quick and accurate diagnosis. Musculoskeletal disorders of the shoulder, upper extremity, pelvis, and lower extremity are described in over 90 cases, highly illustrated with over 300 radiographic, CT, MRI and ultrasound images. Each case follows a standard format: imaging description, importance, typical clinical scenario, differential diagnosis and teaching point, enabling you to locate key information quickly. Pearls and Pitfalls in Musculoskeletal Imaging will help you spot artifacts, mimics and other unusual conditions, enabling you to avoid misdiagnosis and prevent mismanagement. An essential diagnostic tool for radiologists at every level. D. Lee Bennett is the Vice Chair for Clinical Operations in the Department of Radiology at the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine and the Musculoskeletal (MSK) Radiology Fellowship Program Director at the University of Iowa, Iowa, USA. Georges Y. El-Khoury is the Section Director for Musculoskeletal Imaging and a Professor of Radiology at the University of Iowa, Iowa, USA. Table of Contents Part I. Shoulder Joong Ahn; Part II. Arm Ken Ohashi; Part III. Elbow D. Lee Bennett; Part IV. Forearm D. Lee Bennett; Part V. Wrist Joong Ahn; Part VI. Hand D. Lee Bennett; Part VII. Hip/Pelvis D. Lee Bennett; Part VIII. Thigh D. Lee Bennett; Part IX. Leg Ken Ohashi; Part X. Ankle Ken Ohashi; Part XI. Foot D. Lee Bennett; Part XII. Tumors/Miscellaneous Georges Y. El-Khoury.