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Longitudinal study comparing sonographic and MRI assessments of acute and healing hamstring injuries.
Sonography is as useful as MRI in depicting acute hamstring injuries and because of lower costs may be the preferred imaging technique, however, MRI is more sensitive for follow-up imaging of healing injuries. Expand
Evaluation of the hamstring muscle complex following acute injury
Imaging can discriminate a hamstring tendon avulsion from musculotendinous strain and helps identify which patients necessitate surgical management as opposed to conservative treatment. Expand
Athletic pubalgia and "sports hernia": optimal MR imaging technique and findings.
A large-field-of-view magnetic resonance imaging survey of the pelvis, combined with high-resolution MR imaging of the pubic symphysis, is an excellent means of assessing various causes of athletic pubalgia, providing information about the location of injury, and delineating the severity of disease. Expand
Athletic pubalgia and the "sports hernia": MR imaging findings.
MR imaging depicts patterns of findings in patients with athletic pubalgia, including rectus abdominis insertional injury, thigh adductor injury, and articular diseases at the pubic symphysis (osteitis pubis). Expand
Hamstring muscle complex: an imaging review.
A thorough knowledge of the HMC anatomy and of the spectrum of imaging findings in HMC injury is crucial for providing optimal patient care and will enable the musculoskeletal radiologist to make an accurate and useful contribution to the treatment of athletes at all levels of participation. Expand
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Parameters for Assessing Risk of Recurrent Hamstring Injuries in Elite Athletes
Of the imaging parameters assessed, the MR length of a strain had the strongest correlation association with a repeat hamstring strain and therefore may assist in identifying which athletes are more likely to suffer further reinjury. Expand
Imaging review of groin pain in elite athletes: an anatomic approach to imaging findings.
  • G. Koulouris
  • Medicine
  • AJR. American journal of roentgenology
  • 1 October 2008
A major reason groin pain has been misunderstood is the complexity of the anatomy of this region, which this article discusses in detail in an effort to inform the reader. Expand
Posterior Tibiotalar Ligament Injury Resulting in Posteromedial Impingement
The PTTL demonstrated scar formation and a hypertrophic response consistent with previous injury in all 25 patients and Twelve patients underwent surgery, confirming the radiological findings. Expand
Total proximal hamstring ruptures: clinical and MRI aspects including guidelines for postoperative rehabilitation
Early surgery together with a specific rehabilitation program appears to be the treatment of choice for timely and safe return to sport and an active lifestyle for total proximal hamstring tendon ruptures. Expand
MR imaging of groin pain in the athlete.
The radiological differential diagnosis of athletes presenting with groin pain is presented and the common mechanisms of injury, presenting symptoms, and imaging findings for each of these entities are addressed. Expand