Mouchsiadis Ntemis* and Chatzigeorgiou Haralampos
Department of Rheumatology, First General Hospital of Thessaloniki ‘Ayios Pavlos’, Greece
*Corresponding Author: Mouchsiadis Ntemis, Department of Rheumatology, First General Hospital of Thessaloniki ‘Ayios Pavlos’, Greece.
Received: October 26, 2021; Published: November 10, 2021
Muscle injuries are the most common injuries in sports (it varies from 10 to 45% depending on sport activity and quality - amateur or professional sport) [1,2]. The formation of fibrotic tissue <scar> will compromise the muscle function . Despite conservative treatment presents adequate functional results in the majority of athletes who have muscle injury (especially in partial tears) the consequences of treatment failure can compromise the return to sport (especially competitive) .
Citation: Mouchsiadis Ntemis and Chatzigeorgiou Haralampos. “In which Cases it is Proper to Perform MRI to Diagnose Rupture - Tear of Rectus Femoris or Vastus Intermedius? An Objective from the Point of View of Muscle - Injuries in Sports". Acta Scientific Clinical Case Reports 2.12 (2021): 07-09.
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