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Magnetic Resonance Image Findings and Potential Anatomic Risk Factors for Chodromalacia in Children and Adolescents Suffering from Non-Overload Atraumatic Knee Pain in the Ambulant Setting

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Bäumler, Wolf ; Popp, Daniel ; Ostheim, Patrick ; Dollinger, Marco ; Senk, Karin ; Weber, Johannes ; Stroszczynski, Christian ; Schaible, Jan
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Purpose: To evaluate magnetic resonance image (MRI) findings in children and adolescents suffering from knee pain without traumatic or physical overload history and to identify potential anatomic risk factors. Material and Methods: A total of 507 MRIs of 6- to 20-year-old patients (251 males; 256 females) were evaluated with regard to detectable pathologies of the knee. The results were compared ...


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