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Knee Injury High grade partial ACL tear
Hello doctor, I had a injury in November, went to consult an ortho but he wrongly diagnosed without any scans saying no injury just a knock will get recover within six weeks. Trusting that I started my routine taking care of my knee. But suddenly after six weeks my knee locked up while standing up but before that I started walking normally post four weeks if injury there was just light pain. But since after knee locking my knee has become stiff still after almost six weeks my knee is still stiff and I literally limp while walking. Please suggest me what to do to go back to normal life. My MRI reads, Hugh grade partial tear Grade two signal intensity in posterior horn of medial meniscus Grade 2 sprain in LCL Mildly depressed subchondral fracture on lateral femoral condyle Undisplaced fracture on posterior aspect of lateral tibial plateau. Please guide.
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upload mri and xray surgery maybe needed for meniscus tear as locking present
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Consult a Orthopaedic doctor near by your place and get yourself examined and take further advice.
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See Orthopaedic doctor in person and avoid wasting precious time .
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It needs to be investigated. Kindly consult in person.
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Share X-ray n Mri pics.... u may need surgery for meniscal injury as u r experiencing locking knee
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Share the mri scan pics and xray
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