“Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to do it.”
I wish to thank Drs. O’Brien, Shah and Shelat for the opportunity to be involved in this issue. I also wish to thank peer reviewers for their advice in improving the issue’s contents.
I owe a special thank you to Drs. Shah and Shelat for their initiative in contributing to the JAOCR, their desire to produce this issue, and their passion for passing on what they have learned in the hopes that it will make us all better musculoskeletal radiologists. I consider it an honor to have worked with them as they prepared and wrote this issue. Thank you to the musculoskeletal faculty at the University of Iowa as well, who were involved in writing and editing some of the articles for this issue.
My hope and prayer is that each reader will take away at least one thing, thought, or suggestion that will help them improve their radiologic skills and/or knowledge, whether it is a new, less painful route for a joint injection; the discovery of a subtle avulsion fracture in the pelvis before it becomes displaced and shortens an athlete’s career; or the improvement of one’s ability to better diagnose an unusual synovial disease.
On a personal note and, most importantly, praise be to God for the opportunity to be involved in putting this issue together.Back To Top
Bennett DL. In this Issue: October 2016. J Am Osteopath Coll Radiol. 2016;5(4):4.