Video from ECR 2017: Dr. Martin Mack on soccer injuries

March 2, 2017

VIENNA - The giants of German football, FC Bayern Munich, are top of the Bundesliga and looking very strong in the Champions League this season. Dr. Martin Mack, a specialist in diagnostic radiology at Radiology Group Practice Munich, reveals how the imaging of the star-studded team's finest players is organized.

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Dr. Martin Mack explains how the imaging of the players of German's FC Bayern Munich football team is organized.

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