Double contrast arthrography of the knee. A comparison to clinical diagnosis and arthroscopic findings.


The accuracy of pre-arthroscopic double contrast arthrography was evaluated in 100 consecutive patients. Meniscal tears were correctly diagnosed arthrographically in 76% of cases, and clinically in 85% of cases. Although reasonably accurate in determining the location of the meniscal tear, arthrography was significantly inaccurate in the evaluation of the… (More)


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