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Offline chaos2011

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what is wrong with my knee. got mri images today.
« on: August 03, 2011, 10:08:15 AM »
I hurt my knee 2 years ago when i was drunk on a skateboard doing 360 pressure flip lol.    my knee got better after 3 weeks, but i hurt it 3 more times since i first hurt it. i got MRI results today, but it will take a week before doctor sees the results.

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Re: what is wrong with my knee. got mri images today.
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2011, 02:43:35 PM »
Looks like it'll have to come off..... only joking

Where does it hurt on/around/in your knee and what activities trigger the pain?

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Re: what is wrong with my knee. got mri images today.
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2011, 07:14:43 AM »
You're not going to be able to get an answer to that question on this forum. Only a qualified radiologist can analyse MRI images accurately, and to do so they would need access to the full set of images and not just a handful of scaled down pictures. Most of the folk here on the board are interested amateurs rather than medical professionals, and any guess they took based on these images would be exactly that - a guess. If you do have a torn ACL and/or meniscus, this forum can provide a wealth of advice on what happens next and the various options in front of you - but it can't give you a diagnosis. For that, you have to wait for your doctor to receive the MRI report.
Mar 11: R Biceps femoris tear (skiing)
Jul 10: ACLr (hamstring autograft)
Mar 10: L ACL rupture (skiing)
Feb 06: L partial ACL tear (kickboxing)
Dec 03: R bone edema (motorbike)
Jan 01: R patellar chip (motorbike)
May 93: R ACL sprain (hockey)
Ongoing: bilateral PFS and OA