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Mucoid regeneration in Acl ligament
Hi myself thouffick,24yrs old. I have ligament issue due to road bike accident in 2017, after that I take 6month bed rest with long brace in my knee. last 6 month I feel instability in my knee so doctor suggest MRI scan. In MRI scan report mentioned like chronic mucoid regeneration in acl ligament . I don't know about this issue. I searched in google..there is no solution for this problem. Can anyone please explain in detail what is the issue and treatment for this?any surgery needed ?
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Mucoid degeneration in ACL, Consider it a Grade 1 injury Actually when you have lost so much time(2017-2020) and you are experiencing instability, here the Grade or Quality of ligament does not matter. Important is to understand that this ACL is not of good quality, cannot support you in you daily and high demand requirements like sports. In short, don’t loose more time, get this ligament Replaced by a new reconstructed ligament. Not only will u be doing your work but also can run, dance etc.
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At 24, my advice for u is Arthroscopic ACL reconstruction
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