about a combined diagnostic approach of muscle injuries using thermography, ultrasound, and MRI exams.
Pain and discomfort in the adductor region of the left thigh immediately after a football match in a professional player. Using thermography, asymmetric distribution of the skin temperature is evident in that site.
I always suggest to execute both MRI and ultrasound examinations; in this case, you can see how it is useful to have a portable device, it allows you to make a preliminary diagnosis before the MRI study and indeed, to observe the follow up of muscle injury directly at the sports center where the team train every day.
The dynamic ultrasound examination shows diffuse muscular edema with a partial tear of the left adductor brevis.The perfect combination of all of these imaging procedures is crucial to better plan the recovery period.
8 days after recovery and physiotherapy period that is the situation on MRI exam. The thermography exam shows a better situation but still remains an asymmetric distribution of the skin temperature.
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Do you have also SE or SWE in the US study both initial and at the followup?