September 1999, VOLUME 173
NUMBER 3

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September 1999, Volume 173, Number 3

MR imaging of myotendinous strain.

Citation: American Journal of Roentgenology. 1999;173: 703-709. 10.2214/ajr.173.3.10470908

ABSTRACT :

Myotendinous strain predominantly exhibits pathognomonic MR features. Whenever a patient's musculoskeletal symptoms lack temporal correlation with exercise, MR imaging may be valuable in distinguishing strain injury from other disorders of the myotendinous unit. Compared with myotendinous strain, myositis ossificans has variable and nonspecific MR appearances that may simulate neoplasm and require biopsy for diagnosis.

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