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F Alessandrino, G Balconi
Muscle injuries can be classified into strain injuries and contusions. Depending on the type of injury, different complications may occur, which in turn can be divided into early, intermediate and delayed complications. A prompt diagnosis of complications allows early treatment and permits to avoid harmful sequelae. Imaging studies, ultrasonography in particular, allow (recognizing) the assessment of complications whenever clinically suspected. In this article the most frequent complications of muscle injuries are presented...
March 2, 2013: Journal of Ultrasound
F Draghi, M Zacchino, M Canepari, P Nucci, F Alessandrino
Muscle injuries can be classified as extrinsic or intrinsic injuries as well as contusions and lacerations, and clinical assessment is composed of the history and physical examination. Diagnostic imaging, particularly ultrasound (US) examination, is essential to a correct assessment of the severity of the injury and to exclude important complications as these two elements influence treatment decisions, prognosis and time to return to unrestricted physical activity. This paper presents the main clinical and US features of acute muscle injuries...
May 8, 2013: Journal of Ultrasound
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