MCL injury

MCL injury

(1) Medial cruciate ligament injury, see there. 
(2) Median collateral ligament injury, see there.

MCL injury

Median collateral ligament injury, see there.
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Since Kent Salado's MCL injury in the first game of the conference, the Scratchers have been hell-bent in finding someone to bolster their guard rotation late in the eliminations.
If it had been the ACL, that wouldn't have borne thinking about so I was just very fortunate the scans showed that the ACL was still intact - instead it was a grade-three MCL injury which doesn't require surgery.
In general population, MCL injury is a rare entity mainly occurring in those populations involving in overhead activities like manual labourers.
Roethlisberger missed four games last season due to an MCL injury, which was caused by his left knee rolling up, and he also labored through a shoulder injury in the postseason.
For MCL injury, reconstruction was performed using the technique described by Laprade et al (Figure-2b).
With regards to the polarity of the MCL injury measure, elongation of the MCL was defined as positive.
After sustaining any type of MCL injury, a person may have difficulty bending and straightening the knee.
Riyadi were without the services of American center Elijah Holman, who is expected to miss three weeks following an MCL injury.
We will present an illustrative case which shows clinical and radiological outcomes following multiple PRP injections in an elite football player who sustained a high grade MCL injury.
Pierce is gutting out an MCL injury in his left knee that has robbed him of his jumper and slowed him down on both sides of the ball.
The second section is about intraoperative questions including skin incision, patella femoral maltracking, femoral component rotation, tibial component rotation, lateral release, femoral component sizing, flexion instability, varus deformity, and valgus deformity, tightness in extension, iatrogenic MCL injury, antibiotic-loaded cement, and perioperative pain.