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Diagnosis:

Hamstring Avulsion

Findings:

Soft tissue edema is seen near the left inferior pubic ramus, which indicates hamstrings avulsion from attachment site.

Diff Dx:

Pubic ramus fracture, or infection and inflammatory myositis if injury is absent from the clinical history. Myositis is unlikely to present as a unilateral process.


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