An arthrogram is a procedure used to detect problems and issues in joints. Doctors often find it hard to detect problems with standard imaging like X-rays. The arthrogram is widely used to find exact pain points in case of bone fracture, wear down cartilage, tear a ligament. This diagnostic process injects a special dye called contrast dye and then uses x-rays, MRI, CT scan or Fluoroscopy. The dye acts as a highlighter that displays the exact problem in the joint. It helps in detecting the unexplained pain, trouble in moving joints, feels off in the joint while doing everyday activities.