Injured right knee MRI
Hello doctor, Last year I suddenly twisted my knee while playing cricket and since then my knee is unstable and it buckles away. While injury I had an unbearable pain with a slight pop sound and I couldn't even lean a little bit on the injured knee. Now after that I had consulted an orthopedic surgeon. After the clinical test, he advised me to go for a MRI..... MRI Report: #Partial anterior cruciate ligament tear. #Minimal Hoffa's fat pad edema. #Minimal joint effusion. #Bone contusion noted in lateral tibial and medical aspect of femoral and tibial consume...And then he went through the MRI and said that the MRI report is wrong just after seeing the scan images. He said nothing happened to the ACL. Then he advised to go for a knee joint replacement surgery and said it's costs. He is a doctor who holds a specialisation in Joint replacement surgeries. My question is, could the MRI reports be irrelevant to the scanned images? Kindly help me reg. this by providing some informations. Ty.
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