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A new definition of wrist sprain necessary after findings in a prospective MRI study.
INTRODUCTION: Wrist injuries with negative X-rays are diagnosed as acute wrist sprains. The prognosis is usually good, but some patients suffer from long-lasting pain and reduced wrist function, probably due to missed ...
Clinical scaphoid score (CSS) to identify scaphoid fracture with MRI in patients with normal x-ray after a wrist trauma.
INTRODUCTION: The aim of this study was to compare a combination of three commonly used tests to identify scaphoid fractures with MRI in patients with normal x-ray after a wrist trauma. PATIENTS AND METHODS: This prospective ...
Is ultrasound diagnosis reliable in acute extensor tendon injuries of the knee?
Ruptures of the patellar and quadriceps tendon are rare injuries requiring immediate repair to re-establish knee extensor continuity and allow early motion. Ultrasound is extensively used as a diagnostic tool before surgery ...
Symptomatic Soft-Tissue Mass in the Intercondylar Notch: A Case Report
Intra-articular soft tissue masses in the knee joint are quite rare and mostly incidental findings on magnetic resonance imaging and/or arthroscopy. However, when they become enlarged, they can cause mechanical ...
Costs analysis and comparison of usefulness of acute MRI and 2 weeks of cast immobilization for clinically suspected scaphoid fractures.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Fractures of the scaphoid are often not detected on initial plain radiographs. Conventional management of clinically suspected scaphoid fractures is cast immobilization for 2 weeks and then reassessment. ...