MRI and plantar plate dysfunction

by admin on June 26, 2012

Diagnosis of Plantar Plate Injury by Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Reference to Intraoperative Findings Wenjay Sung, Lowell Weil Jr., Lowell Scott Weil Sr., Richard J. Rolfes Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, Article in Press Quote: The objective of the present study was to assess the utility of magnetic resonance imaging in evaluating injury to the plantar plate and to determine whether conventional low-field magnetic resonance imaging is a valid tool for diagnostic evaluation. Magnetic resonance imaging scans of 45 feet in 41 patients (38 females and 3 males, with an average age of 52.1 years) were prospectively evaluated to assess the integrity of the plantar plate ligament and compared with a reference standard of intraoperative findings

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MRI and plantar plate dysfunction

by admin on June 26, 2012

Diagnosis of Plantar Plate Injury by Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Reference to Intraoperative Findings Wenjay Sung, Lowell Weil Jr., Lowell Scott Weil Sr., Richard J. Rolfes Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, Article in Press Quote: The objective of the present study was to assess the utility of magnetic resonance imaging in evaluating injury to the plantar plate and to determine whether conventional low-field magnetic resonance imaging is a valid tool for diagnostic evaluation. Magnetic resonance imaging scans of 45 feet in 41 patients (38 females and 3 males, with an average age of 52.1 years) were prospectively evaluated to assess the integrity of the plantar plate ligament and compared with a reference standard of intraoperative findings.

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