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Doppler ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging are recognized to be the most useful technique to diagnose the AATR [29, 30].
Furthermore, 3DVR images showed bending and thickening of the tendon, and MPR images were even more obvious because the tension disappears and the distal part of tendon retreats slightly for the AaTR (Figure 4(b)).
 suggested MRI is unnecessary for diagnosing AATR because it would take so many days to obtain MRI scanning after the injury, which is time consuming and expensive and may lead to treatment delays.
Another significant advantage of CT in the diagnosis of AATR is to determine the rupture location.
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