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Can you see a torn bicep muscle in an MRI?

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I have looked through several medical journals and also searched on line; finally, I asked on orthopaedic specialist.  The MRI is actually the diagnostic tool of choice.

Here's an article from emedicine explaining it a bit more.  http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/327119-overview


Take care and hope you'e feeling better soon!

Do you need a prescription for this?

Charter member of S.N.O.T.S. Smokey Snotsbear

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