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We present the results of a prospective study comparing the accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging with arthroscopy in the assessment of knee complaints. Using a low field strength magnet, MRI was able to achieve a high diagnostic accuracy within the setting of a district general hospital.
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Accepted: December 4, 1991
© 1992 Published by Elsevier Inc.