32 Yo Woman With Excruciating Left Lower Extremity Pain - Page #3

Other Studies:
Left lower extremity Doppler: Negative for DVT
XRAY: Mild lateral patellar tilt. No acute osseous findings.
MRI without contrast: Case Photo #1. Case Photo #2Complete ACL, PCL tears. Complete disruption of the lateral collateral ligament and popliteus tendon near the femoral attachments. Disruption of the biceps femoris attachment to the fibular head. Intermediate MCL sprain. Diffuse soft tissue edema. Large joint effusion with synovitis. Large contusion of the medial femoral condyle and asymmetric and shallow trochlear facets.
EMG: No activity of the common peroneal nerve.

Orthopedics was consulted after results of investigations.

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