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The Value of MRI in Diagnosis of the Instable Anterior Cruciate Ligament and the Role of the Mainly Indirect Signs

Author LiuDongPing
Tutor GaoZhiZeng
School Nanchang University
Course Surgery
Keywords Anterior cruciate ligament Damage Stable and non - stable Magnetic resonance imaging
CLC R445.2
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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Objective: To evaluate MRI diagnostic value of non - stable anterior cruciate ligament (anterior cruciate ligament, ACL) \Methods: 84 cases of ACL 78 met the inclusion criteria for magnetic resonance imaging and arthroscopy . Cases of ACL MRI diagnosis , the arthroscopic diagnosis as the gold standard to assess the value of MRI diagnosis of non - stable ACL . The ACL into a stable ACL \Comparisons between groups . Results : MRI diagnosis of non - stable ACL sensitivity , specificity , accuracy , positive predictive value , negative predictive value , P value and Kappa values ??were higher than the diagnosis of injury ACL \lt ; 110 ° the PCL bending index lt ; 3.5 the AT angle LT ; 50 ° , were lower than the \Conclusion : ( 1 ) MRI diagnosis of \The direct signs is the most reliable basis for diagnosis of ACL . (2) \ACL . \

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