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Zubler, V; Agten, C A; Pfirrmann, C W; Weiss, B G; Dietrich, T J (2016). Frequency of arthritis-like MRI findings in the forefeet of healthy volunteers versus patients with symptomatic rheumatoid arthritis or psoriatic arthritis. American Journal of Roentgenology, 208:45-53.
Rosskopf, A B; Bachmann, E; Snedeker, J G; Pfirrmann, C W; Buck, F M (2016). Comparison of shear wave velocity measurements assessed with two different ultrasound systems in an ex-vivo tendon strain phantom. Skeletal Radiology, 45(11):1541-1551.
Le Clec'h, Y; Peterson, C K; Brunner, F; Pfirrmann, C W (2016). Cervical facet joint imaging-guided injections: a comparison of outcomes in patients referred based on imaging findings vs palpation for pain. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 39(7):480-486.
Reichenbach, S; Leunig, M; Werlen, S; Nüesch, E; Pfirrmann, C W; Bonel, H; Odermatt, A; Hofstetter, W; Ganz, R; Jüni, P (2011). Association between cam-type deformities and magnetic resonance imaging-detected structural hip damage: a cross-sectional study in young men. Arthritis and Rheumatism, 63(12):4023-4030.
Fucentese, S F; Zingg, P O; Schmitt, J; Pfirrmann, C W; Meyer, D C; Koch, P P (2011). Classification of trochlear dysplasia as predictor of clinical outcome after trochleoplasty. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 19(10):1655-1661.
Reichenbach, S; Juni, P; Werlen, S; Nüesch, E; Pfirrmann, C W; Trelle, S; Odermatt, A; Hofstetter, W; Ganz, R; Leunig, M (2010). Prevalence of cam-type deformity on hip magnetic resonance imaging in young males: a cross-sectional study. Arthritis Care and Research, 62(9):1319-1327.
Leonardi, M; Pfirrmann, C W (2008). Spinal injections. In: Boos, N; Aebi, M. Spinal disorders : fundamentals of diagnosis and treatment. Berlin, DE: Springer, 261-285.
Zanetti, M; Pfirrmann, C W; Schmid, M R; Romero, J; Seifert, Burkhardt; Hodler, J (2006). Initially Asymptomatic Meniscal Lesions of the Knee Were Later Associated with Complaints of Pain, Stiffness, and Impaired Function but Severity Was Low. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. American Volume, 88(10):2312.