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Semimembranosus Muscle Injuries In Sport. A Practical MRI use for Prognosis
Balius, Ramon (Clinica Diagonal. Sports Medicine and Imaging)
Bossy, Mireia (Centros Medicos Creu Blanca)
Pedret, Carles (Clinica Diagonal. Sports Medicine and Imaging)
Capdevila Ortís, Lluís (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Psicologia Bàsica, Evolutiva i de l'Educació)
Alomar, Xavier (Centres Mèdics Creu Blanca. Departament de Radiologia)
Heiderscheit, Bryan (University of Wisconsin. School of Medicine and Public Health)
Rodas, Gil (Medical Services F.C. Barcelona)

Fecha: 2017
Resumen: The aim of this work was to study semimembranosus musculotendinous injuries (SMMTI) and return to play (RTP). The hypothesis is that some related anatomic variables of the SM could contribute to the prognosis of RTP. The retrospective study was done with 19 athletes who suffered SMMTI from 2010 to 2013 and in whose cases a 3. 0T MRI was performed. We evaluated the A, B, C SM regions damaged and calculated the relative length and percentage of cross-sectional area (CSA) affected. We found the correlation of these variables with RTP. The data was regrouped in those cases where the part C of the injury was of interest and those in which the C region was unscathed (pooled parts). We used the Mann-Whitney U test and there was a higher RTP when the injury involved the C part of SM (49. 1 days; 95% CI [27. 6– 70. 6]) compared to non-C-part involvement (27. 8 days; 95% CI [19. 5–36. 0]). The SMMTI with longer RTP typically involves the C part with or without participation of the B part. In daily practice, the appearance on MRI of an altered proximal tendon of the SM indicates that the injury affects the C region and therefore has a longer RTP.
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Lengua: Anglès.
Documento: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Materia: Semimembranosus ; Hamstring injuries ; MRI ; Return to play
Publicado en: Sports Medicine International Open, Vol. 1, Issue 3 (May 2017) , p. E94-E100, ISSN 2367-1890

PMID: 30539092
DOI: 10.1055/s-0043-111587


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