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Collateral Ligament primer

The collateral ligaments are frequently torn, but usually heal on their own. However, it is important to understand the special issues about the collateral ligaments.

Updated: 17 Apr, 2013
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Dr Sheila Strover

Clinical Editor
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MB BCh
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Dr Sheila Strover is the founder of the KNEEguru website. Although not a knee surgeon, she has a sound understanding of knee surgery and...

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