MRI of hip

Hi,
I am a long distance runner and I suffered a hip injury over a year ago. i have been to 3 ortho docs and all of them say nothing is wrong.
I had an MRI, bone scan and finally an MRI with contrast last week. I was sure that a labral tear would show up, but the contrast images where negative.
I was wondering if I could have someone look at the images for me...I personally think I see a tear, but I am only comparing other images on the internet and trying to get some kind of idea of what a tear looks like.

I can make these images accessable in many different ways...can someone please help me anaylze these images?
Thanks
Rod


Posted By Rod Wilson on April 29, 2008 at 17:10:07:

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