Gadopentetate-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging with fat saturation in the evaluation of Morton's neuroma.


Morton's neuromas, though usually diagnosed clinically, can occasionally be problematic. When required, imaging may be performed via ultrasound or computed tomography, though the former can be quite operator-dependent, and the latter exposes the patient to ionizing radiation. Magnetic resonance imaging can be very helpful in certain clinical situations… (More)


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