Imaging of the Charcot foot everything you need to know you will find in this open access review article by A. Rosskopf:

  • X-rays may be normal during early stage

  • MRI should cover the entire foot

  • MRI can be used for early diagnosis, monitoring of disease activity and complications

  • Acute MRI findings include bone marrow edema, soft tissue edema, and subchondral fractures

  • Chronic MRI findings include subchondral cysts, joint destructions, joint effusion, and bony proliferations

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