PMID: 41663Nov 1, 1979

Stress lesions of the lower leg and foot

Clinical Radiology
A S SaundersR Grahame

Abstract

Technetium 99 methylene diphosphonate scans were performed on 32 patients with suspected stress fractures. Twenty-six patients had abnormal scans, 13 had abnormal X-rays and on these only nine had either fresh periosteal new bone and/or a fracture line. A logical approach of the use of X-ray and radionuclide techniques in patient management is suggested.

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Citations

Jun 1, 1971·Radiology·D E Sweet, R M Allman

Related Concepts

Aspects of Radionuclide Imaging
Plain X-ray
Diphosphonates
Sports Medicine Specialty
Foot
Leg
Methylene diphosphonate
Foot Injuries
Technetium 99m
Stress Fractures

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