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Offline lb573

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Knee 'Catching'?
« on: January 04, 2007, 01:14:31 AM »
Hey all. On dec 14th i slipped and tore my MCL (second degree), and the ER dr also said likely cartilage damage. I have not really had any of the so called tell-tale signs of cartilage damage other than the pain. Last night while laying in bed i went to straighten out my leg and it felt as though it would not go fully into extension. I could still flex it though, and after i flexed it up a bit i was then able to straighten it out fully?? Is this classified as catching? Is that a problem that occurs with mensicus tears? Could it be related to MCL tear? I see my PT in the morning and will mention this to him, but are there any ideas? Thanks,

Leah
27 yo RN
L Knee:
07/'01 - scope
01/'02 - scope
12/'03 - LR
07/28/2006 - TTT/LR/Patellar Debridement
07/11/2007 - Screw Removal
R Knee:
07/06/2007 - Patellar dislocation
04/10/2008 - TTT/LR
06/11/2008 - MCL tear, Bone Bruise
09/29/2009 - Medial plication/reconstruction/debridement















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