More evidence indicates imaging findings do not correlate with hip symptoms

Two studies presented this month at the AAOS meeting offered further evidence that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings in the hip often do not correlate with symptoms, even up to two years later. Following up on a study presented a year earlier at the same meeting, researchers from Penn State Hershey (PA) Medical Center reported that 10 of 13 hockey players remained asymp­tomatic two years after 3-T MRI scans revealed evidence of hip labral tears

Two studies presented this month at the AAOS meeting offered further evidence that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings in the hip often do not correlate with symptoms, even up to two years later. Following up on a study presented a year earlier at the same meeting, researchers from Penn State Hershey (PA) Medical Center reported that 10 of 13 hockey players remained asymp­tomatic two years after 3-T MRI scans revealed evidence of hip labral tears

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More evidence indicates imaging findings do not correlate with hip symptoms