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Pain in my knee..if stand for more than
I hv done mri of left knee . Impression for Report: Subtle illdefined increased signal in distal ACL? mild sprain/ early degeneration. Intact menisci, posteromedial and posterolateral corner structures. If i stand more than 20 min..legs starts paining
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I don't think there is a ligament issue. So don't worry. But as MRI has not provided the diagnosis. You need to visit an orthopedic surgeon for further evaluation.
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Did you get any injury or feel any instability. There is early degeneration / sprain in ACL as per your mri reports. Need to do physiotherapy. Better get an in clinic appointment so that you can get yourself checked and get a proper diagnosis
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