MRI of the Knee Often Unnecessary

More than half of patients with knee pain who see an orthopaedic surgeon have had a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan that was unnecessary. Researchers at Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopaedics at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore evaluated 108 patients with unilateral knee pain who were referred to two knee surgeons over a three-month period.
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