The utility of ultrasonography in the evaluation of groin

Harris, James M.; North, James H.
November 1997
American Surgeon;Nov1997, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p1002
Academic Journal
Assesses the differential diagnosis of cystic groin lesions and the impact of ultrasonography on diagnosis with emphasis on synovial cysts. Etiology of synovial cysts of the groin; Management of the patient with cystic groin lesion.


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