The importance of dynamic radiography with quadriceps contraction in diagnosing lesions of the anterior cruciate ligament
The diagnosis of knee laxity is essentially clinical. Sometimes, the diagnosis is difficult requiring additional tests, especially MRI and dynamic X-rays like TELOS. This latter technique is expensive and requires specialized equipment and a skilled staff. The aim of this study is to validate the use of the lateral view of the X-ray of the knee with the quadriceps contracted as an alternative to the TELOS technique in...
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