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Old 02-16-2012, 04:19 PM   #192
Join Date: Feb 2011
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looks like he had an ultrasound, not an MRI in vancouver , being an ultrasound tech myself i can tell you a knee ultrasound is not a definitive test like and MRI and any radilogist would have a suggested an MRI to confirm any suspicion for tears.

but in canada MRI's are pretty backed up with patients and they wouldn't squeeze in somebody because of who they are.they could have gone to a private facility and paid for it if they wanted to, i'm sure tennis canada has 700 bucks to spare.

Hope this tendonitis doesn't linger too long and affect this whole year, he should take some time off during the clay season maybe to rest up for the slams.

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