MRI does not effectively diagnose ulnar-sided wrist pain in elite tennis players

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MRI does not effectively diagnose ulnar-sided wrist pain in elite tennis players

Ulnar-sided injuries of the non-dominant wrist are common in elite tennis players using a double-handed backhand technique. This study investigated the radiological changes of the non-dominant wrist in elite symptomatic and asymptomatic players using this technique as well as healthy controls. We compared clinical findings to radiological abnormalities.

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