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What It’s Like to Get an Arthrogram

posted on WED, JUN 14 2017 by Center for Diagnostic Imaging

If you have an injury to a hip, shoulder, knee, ankle, wrist or elbow that could require surgery, your doctor may send you for an arthrogram. According to Dr. Keith Baynes, a musculoskeletal radiologist who performs arthrograms, this procedure is the best non-surgical option for examining the joint to determine the source of pain. And while some patients may be anxious about getting an injection into a joint, Dr. Baynes gives a step-by-step demonstration of the arthrogram procedure so you know just what to expect when you walk in for your appointment: 



To find out more about arthrograms at CDI, click here.



About Dr. Baynes:
Keith E. Baynes, M.D. is a board certified musculoskeletal imaging and general radiologist at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI). Dr. Baynes also serves as an associate professor of radiology employed by the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Read his full bio here. 


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