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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Briefly, based on the most severely affected axial T2 MRI image at the injury epicenter, grades were assigned as follows: Grade 0 injury was defined as no parenchymal signal abnormality, grade 1 injury was defined as T2 hyperintensity approximately confined to the grey matter, grade 2 injury was defined as T2 hyperintensity involving grey and some but not all of the white matter, grade 3 injury was defined as T2 hyperintensity involving both grey and white matter and grade 4 injury was defined as grade 3 injury with the addition of foci of T2 hypointensity consistent with macroscopic intracerebral haemorrhage.
Giving out further details of the injury, Cricket South Africa (CSA) said that the bowler has suffered a Grade 1 injury in his right groin and would need at least 10-14 days to recuperate.
In the 3 patients older than 3 years, 2 had a grade 1 injury and 1 had a grade 2a injury.
"Angel has a Grade 1 injury. Of course he won't play in Argentina's next game.
Based on the organ injury scale from AAST, 1(3.3%) patient had grade 6, 7(23.3%) had grade 4, 4(13.3 %) had grade 3, 10(33.3%) had grade 2 and 8(26.,7%) had grade 1 injury.
Adjacent edema with no signal abnormality within the ligament is characterized as a sprain, or grade 1 injury (Figure 13).