What is an Arthrogram
When is Arthrogram Used?
An arthrogram is performed to evaluate persistent, unexplained joint pain, swelling, or abnormal movement in the ankle, wrist, shoulder, hip, and knee.
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How to Prepare for Your Arthrogram
- Please plan on arriving 30 minutes prior to your appointment for patient registration.
- Before arriving for your exam let the Scheduling Department at AMI know whether there is any chance you are pregnant or if you are allergic to iodine.
- Do not take any aspirin or blood-thinning medications five (5) days prior to your exam.