MR findings in athletes with pubalgia

@article{Albers2001MRFI,
  title={MR findings in athletes with pubalgia},
  author={Sheri L. Albers and Charles E. Spritzer and William E. Garrett and William C. Meyers},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={30},
  pages={270-277}
}
Abstract Objective. To describe the MR findings in athletes with pubalgia. Design and patients. Pelvic MR images of 32 athletes (30 men, 2 women) with pubalgia were studied. T1-weighted and T2-weighted (SE and FSE) and STIR images in the axial and coronal planes were obtained on a 1.5-T system. Images were reviewed for general pelvic pathology. Special attention was given to the pubic symphysis, groin and pelvic musculature, and to the abdominal wall musculature. Results. Thirty surgically… CONTINUE READING

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