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Author Topic: Knee locking, no visible meniscus tear on MRI  (Read 206 times)

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Offline SimWill

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Knee locking, no visible meniscus tear on MRI
« on: April 21, 2018, 07:22:13 PM »
Hi everyone,

I have occasional left knee locking (approx 4 incidents in 12months) with tibial external rotation so any multi direction stuff results in niggles (cricket, tennis). Id like a hand to try identify what it could be if not a meniscus tear because Ive had a few MRIs now and they all come back saying its not meniscal. There is some fissured cartilage behind the patella but Im not convinced that could cause the locking.

Some history, I had an ACL recon (hamstring) and meniscus repair in 2014. Since then I rehabbed the leg to a point where the tripple hop was pretty even, though it didnt feel the same. Hamstring and quad strength was within 10%.

Cheers!