Is there a role for MRI if radiographs are positive for acute osteomyelitis

Is there a role for MRI if radiographs are positive for acute osteomyelitis?

MRI is often unnecessary for the diagnosis of osteomyelitis if this has already been established radiographically. However, MRI excels in delineating the extent of the infection and is often helpful in preoperative planning.

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