• Published 2015

MRI versus clinical examination for the diagnosis of meniscal and ligamentous injuries of knee

@inproceedings{Gujjar2015MRIVC,
  title={MRI versus clinical examination for the diagnosis of meniscal and ligamentous injuries of knee},
  author={Rakesh Gujjar and Ram Pratap Bansal and L. K. Gotecha and Raja Kollu},
  year={2015}
}
Objective: The purpose of this study was to correlate and meniscus tears in knee joint injuries. Material and methods: 30 cases with history of rotational injury having knee pain and recurrent swelling were subjected to study. Department for MRI of knee joint following injury to history, clinical, and local examination was done in all the subjects. MRI was carried out on 1.5 Tesla MR Machine and the standard protocol consisted of fat sagittal, and coronal planes, T2W (TE 80, TR 4000) in… CONTINUE READING

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