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For many years, practically the only additional diagnostic method was radiography of the foot. Analysis of the latest research and publications. In the early stages of DFS, radiography has low sensitivity to pathological processes of soft tissue articular structures, ligaments, bone marrow, paraarticular and paraosseous soft tissues. Evaluation of these structures is possible only by indirect signs that do not have a decisive diagnostic value. The introduction of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) into widespread clinical practice has significantly expanded the possibilities of radiological diagnosis of diseases of the osteoarticular system. Identification of previously unresolved parts of the general problem. The main advantages of MRI include the ability to directly visualize and simultaneously assess the condition of the synovium, fibrocartilaginous structures, bones and paraosseous soft tissues, as well as the morphological characteristics of tissues based on their different signal characteristics in different study modes. However, this research method has not currently received due attention from medical institutions at the district level.





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diabetes mellitus diabetic foot syndrome magnetic resonance imaging hyperglycemia

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Yangibaev Jonibek Saparbaevich. (2024). THE IMPORTANCE OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DIABETIC FOOT SYNDROME . Central Asian Journal of Medical and Natural Science, 5(1), 408-414. https://doi.org/10.17605/cajmns.v5i1.2343

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