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Acl full thickness tear
.fluid collection in the joint space and suprapatellar pouch .Edematous anterior cruciate ligament with full thickness tear at the middle 1/3rd l. .Edematous lateral collateral ligament, probably post traumatic strain
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hi thanks for the query first i would like to ask when was the injury if the injury is recent you must rest
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