Appendicular skeletal infection includes osseous and extraosseous infections. Skeletal infection needs early diagnosis and appropriate management to prevent long-term morbidity. Magnetic resonance imaging is the best imaging modality to diagnose skeletal infection early in most circumstances. This article describes the role of magnetic resonance imaging in relation to the other available imaging modalities in the diagnosis of skeletal infection. Special circumstances such as diabetic foot, postoperative infection, and chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis are discussed separately.
We study theoretically the coupling of single molecule magnets
(SMMs) to a variety of quantum circuits, including microwave resonators with
And without constrictions and flux qubits. The main results of this study is
That it is possible to achieve strong and ultrastrong coupling regimes between
We theoretically study the ZFFR
Coupled with spin-waves in a superconductor/ferromagnetic
Insulator/superconductor junction (ferromagnetic Josephson junction) with a
Non-uniform ferro- magnetic insulating barrier. The resonant mode coupled with
Spin-waves can be induced without external magnetic fie...
We show that near a filament
Channel, the plumelike tails of these cells bend horizontally in opposite
Directions on the two sides of the channel like fibrils in the chromosphere.
Because the cells are rooted in magnetic flux concentrations of majority
Polarity, these observations can be used with p...
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