MRI Results below… 28, Male.
There is tearing of the adductor brevis and magnus insertion onto the pubic tubercle, with foci of susceptibility likely representing prior hemorrhage. There is retraction of the adductor tendon for about 1 cm. There is edema and enhancement of the
distal right abdominal rectus tendon insertion onto the pubic tubercle, compatible with strain. There is minimal edema within the right pubic tubercle.
these mri results are suggestive of trauma around the pelvic region,near the groin. Adductor muscles are those thigh muscles that span from hips to knees. These are torm patrially and retracted 1 cms. This may need surgical repair.
The abdominal muscles too are injured but this injury doesn’t seem to be serious and should heal by taking rest itself.
THE MRI IS SUGGESTIVE OF HIGH VELOCITY GROIN INJURY THAT HAS TORN THE MUSCLES PARTIALLY FROM THEIR ATTACHMENTS. STRICT BED REST IS RECOMMENDED FOR ATLEAST 3 WEEKS. IF MUSCLE WEAKNESS IS DETECTED,THEN SURGERY MAY BE REQUIRED.
CALCIUM AND ANTI OXIDANTS WILL ACCELAERATE HEALING PROCESS
the report indicates partial tendon injury to the muscles around the pelvic region. if left untreated,it may cause future complications like inguinal hernia,muscle weakness in thighs. appropriate rest and a consultation with a orthopedist is recommended.
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This indicates a multiple musculotendinous tears and strains in your groin …which needs Rest and ice for a period no less than 2weeks and doing ultra sound heat application and gentle gradual stretching and strengthening exercises .. I recommend doing kinesiotaping and stop sports for the muscles to heal..