An arthrogram is a series of images that provide detailed information about the soft tissue in the joint so that an accurate diagnosis can be made about what is wrong with the joint. They are extremely accurate in detecting joint problems and make it much easier for radiologists to accurately identify abnormalities. Arthrograms are non-invasive, low-risk, cost-effective, and can be combined with other imaging tests if needed.
How Often is an Arthrogram Recommended For Monitoring Joint Health?
Arthrograms can be used to monitor joint health and assess the effectiveness of the current treatment. To determine if an arthrogram is right for you, you should consult your doctor if you have any joint issues or pain. Patients with chronic joint problems may need to take arthrograms at regular intervals to monitor the progression of the disease. For joint surgery or an injury, they may be recommended shortly after to diagnose problems, determine a course of action, and check for complications in the healing process.
Arthrogram at Michigan Diagnostics
Are you in need of an arthrogram in Clinton Township, MI, Troy, MI, Royal Oak, MI, or the surrounding areas? If so, Michigan Diagnostics Center is open 7 days a week to help you. We have same-day appointments available and provide fast and flexible scheduling. We will have your report available within 24 hours of the exam and provide transportation to patients in need. Your images will be interpreted by board-certified, subspecialty-trained radiologists who are active in their field. If you are interested in learning more about us or scheduling an appointment, call us at 248-244-0757 or contact us online.