MRI in chronic groin pain: sequence diagnostic reliability compared to systematic surgical assessment

@article{Ducouret2017MRIIC,
  title={MRI in chronic groin pain: sequence diagnostic reliability compared to systematic surgical assessment},
  author={Emmanuel Ducouret and Gilles Reboul and François Dalmay and Christina Iosif and Charbel Mounayer and Lionel Pesquer and Benjamin Dallaudiere},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={47},
  pages={649-660}
}
  • Emmanuel Ducouret, Gilles Reboul, +4 authors Benjamin Dallaudiere
ObjectiveTo determine the diagnostic reliability of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) sequences in chronic groin pain (CGP) compared to surgery and try to propose a suitable MRI protocol.Materials and methodsForty-three consecutive patients with resistant clinical CGP underwent a pre-surgical pelvis MRI. Eight MRI sequences were acquired: axial fast spin-echo T1-weighted (FSE T1), coronal FSE T1, axial-oblique (in symphysis plane) proton density weighted with fat saturation (PDFS), coronal PDFS… CONTINUE READING
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