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A 34-year-old male was playing rugby 2 weeks ago when an opposing player fell on the lateral aspect of his left knee. He felt an immediate pop and was unable to bear weight on the extremity initially. He has had recurrent popping and catching in the knee since the initial injury and intermittent numbness on the top of his foot. Radiograph and MRI images of the left knee are shown in Figures A-C. What is the most appropriate next step in management?
Arthroscopy for repair or debridement of meniscal tear
Reconstruction of anterior cruciate ligament
Arthroscopy for repair or debridement of femoral condyle osteochondral lesion
Closed reduction of dislocation
Electromyography (EMG) for evaluation of anterior tarsal tunnel syndrome
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