MRI and ultrasonography in Morton's neuroma: Diagnostic accuracy and correlation Full Text
Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, 05/24/2012
Torres–Claramunt R et al. – Although ancillary studies may be required to confirm the clinical diagnosis in some cases, they are probably not necessary for the diagnosis of Morton's neuroma. MRI had a higher sensitivity than US and should be considered the technique of choice in those cases. However, a negative result does not exclude the diagnosis (false negative 17%).