The Rosenberg view is an X-ray view which is sensitive in terms of looking for osteoarthritis of the tibio-femoral area.

rosenberg view
Weight-bearing with the knees bent to 45 degrees.

 

Advantages of the Rosenberg View

This X-ray view may ofer information about narrowing of the normal joint space which is not available in a straight-leg X-ray. The patient stands with the knees bent to 45 degrees against the X-ray plate, while the X-ray machine is behind the knee at an angle slightly downwards (45° flexion PA weight-bearing view).

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Imaging and X-rays for patellofemoral pain

Part 6 of a course on Patellofemoral Pain by Dr Ronald Grelsamer of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

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CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

[Comparative study between different radiographic plans in knee osteoarthritis]. Pires e Albuquerque R, Carvalho AC, Giordano V, Djahjah MC, do Amaral NP. Acta Reumatol Port. 2009 Apr-Jun;34(2B):380-7.


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