Injury to the medial collateral ligament has previously been assessed primarily using the clinical examination and magnetic resonance imaging. In this article, we describe an adjunct to these diagnostic tools: an arthroscopic observation to assess the specific location of the medial collateral ligament injury.
Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery, Vol 17, No 5 (May-June), 2001: E21
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