LCL injury

LCL injury

Lateral collateral ligament injury, see there.
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After 12 weeks, a gross and biomechanical analysis demonstrated that only one LCL injury healed and no popliteus tendons healed.
1,3) The physical findings, however, are not specific for ITB syndrome, and the differential diagnosis includes a wide variety of disorders ranging from arthritic changes to the lateral compartment of the knee, LCL injury, popliteus or hamstring tendon strain, and/or meniscal injuries, as well as patellar subluxation/dislocation.