Footballs And Foot Drops - Page #3
 

Other Studies:
CT Angiogram was normal.
MRI showed complete disruption of the anterior cruciate ligament Case Photo #1 , partial tear of proximal posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), high-grade partial tear of popliteus tendon at femoral attachment, complete disruption of lateral collateral ligament (LCL) at the fibula attachment and complete disruption of biceps femoris tendon at the fibula attachment Case Photo #2 .
Ultrasound showed change in appearance of common peroneal nerve about the fibula, compatible with recent traction injury.
EMG revealed the absence of right superficial peroneal nerve SNAP and right common peroneal nerve CMAP when recorded at extensor digitorum brevis and tibialis anterior.

Consultations:
Neurology was consulted to perform EMG studies.

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