posterior cruciate ligament injury

posterior cruciate ligament injury

PCL injury Orthopedics A partial or complete tear, dislocation, or stretch of the PCL from the bone attachment to the knee, or anywhere else along its length; it is usually injured by hyperextension, or a direct blow to the flexed knee. See Posterior cruciate ligament.
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The centre-half was ruled out for the season after suffering a posterior cruciate ligament injury on his debut.
The early assessment was a posterior cruciate ligament injury which would rule the creative wide man out of the rest of the campaign.
Defender Harbir Singh has a groin injury while Danish Mujtaba is some way off his best after going under the knife for a serious posterior cruciate ligament injury.
Sheens has not given up hope that Slater can still play a part in the Kangaroos' World Cup campaign, Sheens confirmed Slater had suffered a recurrence of a posterior cruciate ligament injury, which ruled him out for several weeks last year.
The study, using 36 donated allografts, attempts to show the best way to help a patient heal after a posterior cruciate ligament injury.
Coach Ty Watson was forced to make seven changes from the previous week, including the loss of influential Irish international Alan Robinson who has suffered a posterior cruciate ligament injury which looks to have robbed him of the opportunity to play for Ireland in this year's World Cup in Australia.
However, the hitman's career at Tannadice was crudely halted in May when he suffered a horrific posterior cruciate ligament injury in a home game against Inverness.
The 31-year-old former Manchester United midfielder had to retire from football three years ago after failing to recover from a series of operations to repair a posterior cruciate ligament injury to his right knee.
But the senior shortstop from Hart has recovered from a posterior cruciate ligament injury enough for his return in time for this weekend's NCAA Regionals in Long Beach.

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