La TAC y la RMN aportan las causas excepcionales del dolor de tobillo. (Inglés)



Summary Computed tomography and MRI are frequently utilized to evaluate ankle pain that remains unexplained by radiography. The most common causes of ankle pain are related to trauma and the imaging appearances of these entities are well established in the radiologic and orthopedic literature. A smaller percentage is comprised of non-traumatic disorders. Our goal is to emphasize the value of CT and MRI in recognition of these less common and unusual causes of ankle pain.

Source: Australasian Radiology, Volume 50, Number 1, February 2006, pp. 1-11(11).

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