Travis J. Hillen

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BACKGROUND Syndesmosis ankle sprains cause greater disability and longer duration of recovery than lateral ankle sprains. OBJECTIVE To describe the severity of syndesmosis sprains using several accepted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) criteria and to assess the interrater reliability of diagnosing syndesmosis injury using these same criteria in(More)
A case of a latissimus dorsi myotendinous junction strain in an avid CrossFit athlete is presented. The patient developed acute onset right axillary burning and swelling and subsequent palpable pop with weakness while performing a "muscle up." Magnetic resonance imaging examination demonstrated a high-grade tear of the right latissimus dorsi myotendinous(More)
OBJECTIVES To develop comprehensive and reliable radiation-free methods to quantify femoral and acetabular morphology using MRI. METHODS 32 hips (16 subjects, 6 with intra-articular hip disorder (IAHD); 10 controls) were included. A 1.5T magnetic resonance system was used to obtain 3D fat suppressed gradient echo images at the pelvis and distal femora.(More)
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