A 22 y/o man injured playing sports

 

Doctor's Information

Name : Maryam
Family :Noori
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Patient's Information

Gender : Male
Age : 22

 

Case Section

Muskuloskeletal System

 

Clinical Summary

A 22-year-old man injured playing sports.

 

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Imaging Procedures and Findings

A 22-year-old man injured playing sports, underwent MRI which revealed torn ACL associated with bone bruise in lateral femoral condyle, partial tear of LCL & avulsion injury of lateral tibial platue (segond fracture).

 

Discussion

ACL tears are mechanically caused from a valgus force with a rotatory motion. Most commonly, ACL tears occur at its proximal femoral attachment; Characteristic bone bruise pattern includes marrow edema at the posterolateral tibial plateau and the mid-portion of the lateral femoral condyle. An important associated condition is the Segond fracture (an avulsion fx of the lateral tibial plateau) Final Diagnosis: : Torn ACL associated with segond fracture.

 

Final Diagnosis

Torn ACL associated with segond fracture.

 

References

Diagnostic Imaging Orthopedics, David W. Stoller. MD. FACR, Phillip F.J. Tirman. MD, Miriam A. Bredella. MD, et al. Musculoskeletal imaging: A teaching file. Felix S.Chew & Chaterine C.Roberts. MRI in orthopedics and sports medicine-1. Stoller et al.

 

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