How do you noninvasively diagnose medial plica syndrome (MPS) of the knee?
How do you noninvasively diagnose medial plica syndrome (MPS) of the knee? Evidence-based answer: The medial patella plica (MPP) test or knee ultrasound may be more accurate than magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for diagnosing MPS (SOR: C, meta-analysis of lower quality cross-sectional studies). MPS can be diagnosed noninvasively using a verified, reliable set of clinical diagnostic criteria (SOR: C, cross-sectional study with verification bias).
Evidence-Based Practice 19, no. 7 (2016): 10-11