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ACL TEAR(Sports injury)
Need to know if it is mandatory to undergo surgery for complete for below diagnosis from MRI report: IMPRESSION: -Complete tear of anterior cruicate ligament with mild anterior tibial translation. -Peripheral vertical tear of posterior horn of medial meniscus with radial tear of body with adjacent grade 2 changes. -Horizontal tear of body of lateral meniscus , complex tear of posterior horn (radial , horizontal and bucket handle tear ). -Focal fissuring of Retropatellar cartilage of medial patellar facet with intrasubstance PDFS hyper intensities – grade 2 chondromalacia patella -Moderate knee joint effusion
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Hi, your injury looks bad according to the report. But the real condition is what you feel in your knee. With a torn acl also a lot of people live their lives. They do at times have difficulty in running or climbing stairs or occasional pains. They complain if instability in the knee, the sensation that knee will give way and you will fall.
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better to go for repair.
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Hello You would need to undergo surgery ACL reconstruction with meniscal repair
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Hi As there is complete tear of ACL and meniscus tear also Surgery is necessary but u can go for conservative management also but there will be Instability of knee along with early degenerative changes
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