Computed tomography compared to magnetic resonance imaging in occult or suspect hip fractures. A retrospective study in 44 patients

@article{Collin2015ComputedTC,
  title={Computed tomography compared to magnetic resonance imaging in occult or suspect hip fractures. A retrospective study in 44 patients},
  author={David Collin and Mats Geijer and Jan H. G{\"o}thlin},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={3932-3938}
}
Computed tomography (CT) for evaluation of occult and suspect hip fractures has been proposed as a good second-line investigation. The diagnostic precision compared to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is unclear. To compare the diagnostic performance of CT and MRI in a retrospective study on patients with suspect and occult hip fractures. Forty-four elderly consecutive patients with low-energy trauma to the hip were identified where negative or suspect CT was followed by MRI. Primary reporting… CONTINUE READING

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