* Type III: These are characterized by a bucket-handle tear
of the labrum, with the labrum tearing and flipping into the joint with the bicep anchor still attached.
"It's called a bucket-handle tear
. I couldn't straighten my knee and it was sticking out at a right angle."
Sagittal MR images of the knee: a low-signal band parallel to the posterior cruciate ligament caused by a displaced bucket-handle tear
. Am J Roentgenol 1991;156(1):117-9.
The cause of a bucket-handle tear
may be an unyielding cervix due to fibrosis or stenosis, leading to pressure being transferred either to the anterior or posterior lip of the cervix.
A type III lesion is a bucket-handle tear
of the superior labrum with the remaining labrum and biceps anchor firmly attached.
"Nathan had what is termed a bucket-handle tear
in the meniscus cartilage," explained Martin.
A coronal T1-weighted image showed the bucket-handle tear
with the main portion of the medial meniscus seen as a truncated wedge (Figure 4).
They did not think that the condition was caused by a displaced bucket-handle tear
, because they could not move the duplicated smooth-surfaced menisci.
In this article, we report a rare case of tibial plateau fracture combined with extensive soft tissue injuries, including bucket-handle tears
(BHTs) of both the medial meniscus (MM) and the lateral meniscus (LM).
Over time, more bucket-handle tears
and complex degenerative tears were seen in his review of intraoperative diagrams and notes.
Friederich, "Measurement of meniscofemoral contact pressure after repair of bucket-handle tears
with biodegradable implants," Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, vol.