Looking is a not a substitute for thinking (J.Cyriax) i/ii

Following an acute event at knee level, examination procedures such as radiography or magnetic resonance imaging are often used in order to reach a diagnosis. The examiner and the patient are usually eager to “see” the injury. However, are such costly examinations really necessary in order to obtain a diagnosis?

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