grade 1 injury

grade 1 injury

Orthopedics A mild injury in which ligament, tendon or other musculoskeletal tissue may have been stretch or contused, but not torn
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In the 3 patients older than 3 years, 2 had a grade 1 injury and 1 had a grade 2a injury.
Adjacent edema with no signal abnormality within the ligament is characterized as a sprain, or grade 1 injury (Figure 13).
The percentage of patients able to be managed nonoperatively dropped as the grade of liver injury increased; 82% of patients with grade 1 injury and 32% with grade 5 injury received nonoperative care.