lateral collateral ligament injury

lateral collateral ligament injury

Orthopedics A sports injury due to medial pressure on the knee-joint, or varus stress; LCL tears in children may also cause epiphyseal fractures in the epiphyseal plate of the femur or tibia
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MRI findings of the patients Knee joint pathology Parameter (n=102) Medial femoral condyle contusion (n, %) 52 (51.0) Lateral femoral condyle contusion (n, %) 46 (45.1) Medial tibial plateau contusion (n, %) 65 (63.7) Lateral tibial plateau contusion (n, %) 54 (52.9) Medial meniscus injury (n, %) 87 (85.3) Lateral meniscus injury (n, %) 41 (40.2) Anterior cruciate ligament injury (n, %) 46 (45.1) Posterior cruciate ligament injury (n, %) 9 (8.8) Synovial fluid (n, %) 93 (91.2) Medial collateral ligament injury (n, %) 7 (6.9) Lateral collateral ligament injury (n, %) 9 (8.8) Baker's cyst 14 (13.7) Osteoarthritis (n, %) 13 (12.7) MRI: magnetic resonance imaging Table 3.
There are concerns about the Belgium star, who was out for two months with a lateral collateral ligament injury, the second time he has had that problem in two years.
I have consulted specialists here and the MRI revealed it is an lateral collateral ligament injury (LCL) injury," Sunil said.

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