Chronic anterior cruciate ligament tears and associated meniscal and traumatic cartilage lesions: evaluation with morphological sequences at 3.0 T

@article{Vlychou2010ChronicAC,
  title={Chronic anterior cruciate ligament tears and associated meniscal and traumatic cartilage lesions: evaluation with morphological sequences at 3.0 T},
  author={Marianna Vlychou and Michalis E. Hantes and Sotirios G Michalitsis and Aspasia Tsezou and Ioannis V. Fezoulidis and Konstantinos Malizos},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={40},
  pages={709-716}
}
PurposeTo investigate the diagnostic efficacy of morphological sequences at 3.0 T MR imaging in detecting anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), meniscal pathology and traumatic cartilage legions in young patients with chronic deficient anterior cruciate ligament knees.Methods and materialsThis prospective study included 43 patients (39 male) between the age of 15 and 37 years (mean age 22.6 years) with a history of knee injury sustained at least 3 months prior to the decision to repair a torn ACL… CONTINUE READING
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