Comparison Of Clinical Examination , MRI And Arthroscopy In Knee Injuries .

@inproceedings{Gupta2018ComparisonOC,
  title={Comparison Of Clinical Examination , MRI And Arthroscopy In Knee Injuries .},
  author={Sachin Gupta and R. P. Sharma and Amrit Sachar and Yadwinder Saini and Narendra Saini},
  year={2018}
}
Objective: To compare accuracy of clinical examination and MRI taking Arthroscopy as Standard in knee injuries. Patients and Methods: 60 patients with knee injury were subjected to clinical examination, MRI and then Arthroscopy. The results were compared and analysed using various statistical tests. Results: Diagnostic accuracy of MRI was 66.67% for medial meniscus and 90% for lateral meniscus GR 1 and 2 meniscal tears have low sensitivity 50% as compared to GR 3 and 4 with 88%. In the case of… CONTINUE READING

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