The Unusual Case Of Medial Knee Pain - Page #3

Other Studies:
3-view Xray of the Lt. Knee- no evidence of fractures or misalignments, and phases stable.

MRI- Complete tear of proximal ACL with mild spurring of the MCL witha longitudinal tear of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus and a small longitudinal tear in the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus. A minimally depressed cortical fracture of the contralateral femoral condyle with bone contusions is also consistent with ACL tear. Large joint effusion with hemarthrosis is noted. Mild muscular strains posteriorly in the popliteus and gastrocnemius.


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