Adductus Disruptus: Acute Groin Pain In A Soccer Coach - Page #3

Lab Studies:

Other Studies:
X-ray Pelvis: No evidence of fracture or dislocation. Normal pelvis.

MRI Hip: Adductor longus tendon tear with retracted tendon approximately 3.6cm inferior to the origin of the pubic symphysis. Reactive edema within the muscle and overlying subcutaneous soft tissues. Case Photo #1

Orthopedic Surgery: Recommended surgical repair of Adductor longus.

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