Immediate MRI referral vs. usual care in general practice in patients with traumatic knee complaints
Does MRI add value in general practice for patients with traumatic knee complaints? A 1-year randomised controlled trialBr J Sports Med. 2019 Oct;53(20):1285-1292.
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A non-inferiority trial including 356 patients presenting to a general practitioner with traumatic knee complaints were randomized to receive immediate referral for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or usual protocol directed by the guidelines provided by the Dutch college of general practitioners. The primary outcome of interest was the Lysholm knee score. Secondary outcomes of interest included t...
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