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If cremaster muscle strain is causing pulling pain in groin an MRI cannot detect.What else an MRI cannot detect which might b causing groin pain?

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In brief: MRI and

Most other imaging studies can only visualize, when they can, anatomical or physical problems.
They usually cannot determine functional problems. For example, if there is scar tissue around a nerve which is causing pain, imaging usually cannot tell where these are.

In brief: MRI and

Most other imaging studies can only visualize, when they can, anatomical or physical problems.
They usually cannot determine functional problems. For example, if there is scar tissue around a nerve which is causing pain, imaging usually cannot tell where these are.
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