Steroid injections





CT scan of Steroid injection in shoulder


When performing a steroid injection, we use real-time imaging to visualise the affected area and guide the needle to the precise location, minimising risk. By using modalities such as ultrasound, fluoroscopy, CT scans, and MRI, we can identify the exact location of the problem, and enable more accurate needle placement. Our imaging systems also enable confirmation of pathology, ensuring that the steroid injection is appropriate for the condition.

With our musculoskeletal radiologists providing experience and expertise, potential risks of complications are minimised by making sure the needle is placed well, and that vital structures are avoided. We can also assess the outcome in a follow-up, helping to determine if the medication is having the desired therapeutic effect and if further interventions are needed.







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