If the diagnosis is clear then further investigations may not be required. Both MRI and high frequency ultrasound scanning may be helpful in some patients with conflicting symptoms and physical signs. These scans can also help to diagnose problems in other areas, such as femoro-acetabular impingement syndrome of the hip, which can cause similar symptoms.
40% of patients diagnosed with Gilmore’s Groin also have torn adductors. Minor and moderate tears usually respond to adductor exercises and physiotherapy. Patients with severe adductor tears usually require adductor tenotomy or release.
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