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Update on Imaging of Multiligamentous Knee Injury, Reconstruction


Objective: To outline key anatomy and biomechanical topics necessary for radiologists to understand ligamentous injury and reconstruction with emphasis on imaging findings and diagnostic pearls. Discussion: Imaging in the preoperative setting consists of radiographs and MRI. CT is used to assess intra-articular fractures tunnel placement and widening in the setting of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. Radiographic assessment includes anteroposterior (AP), lateral, an more...
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