1)near complete proximal anter
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1)near complete proximal anterior cruciate ligament tear is seen. 2)grade 2 medial collateral ligament sprain is noted 3)undisplaced longitudinal tear of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus is noted 4)contusion of the posterolateral tibial plateau is noted 5)contusion changes are noted around the popliteus tendon and posterolateral join capsule 6)moderate to large joint effusion is noted 7)the lateral meniscus appears normal in configuration and signal intensities 8)posterior cruciate ligament appears normal in course, calibre,signal intensities and bony attachments. This is my husband's MRI scan reports. We are not able to understand the severeness of the injury. Pls suggest a suitable remedy

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From the report I can understand that the scan was done immediately after injury. It appears that the ligament is torn which might need surgery. But the patient needs to be seen first. Anyways this is an elective surgery that can be done at a later date also.

The information provided is solely on the mri report. Patient needs to be examined first for proper plan of treatment

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