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MRI for Traumatic Knee Injury Does Not Add to Improvement in Outcome

08:47 EDT 13 Jul 2018 | Diagnostic Imaging

Magnetic resonance imaging, referred by general practitioners for traumatic knee injuries, adds to healthcare costs without improvement in outcomes.

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