Sometimes, if my daily agenda allows to spread my curiosity (time is never enough!), I make a comparison between 0.3 and 1.5 Tesla Mri imaging studying the same patient.
These are the pictures of a sprained medial collateral ligament of a professional football player, quite similar to what is shown in my recent post medial collateral ligament tear.
I always complete my study with a dynamic ultrasound exam; in this patient the presence of a calcification is noted, not visible on Mri scans.
Hi. Which one is better on knee mri? 0.3 or 1.5 Tesla?
Hi, thanks for your question. In my experience, I didn’t find a significant difference between the two kinds of exams.
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