ISOLATED POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT TEAR: A RARE SPORTS RELATED INJURY
AbstractIsolated injury of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) of knees is an extremely uncommon occurrence. Majority ofsuch injuries follow motor vehicle collision and sports associated accidents. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) isthe most reliable and highly sensitive cross sectional imaging modality to confirm the diagnosis. The case underreview emphasises the use of MRI in knee injuries involving ligaments and menisci.
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