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A 20 year-old Division 1 football player is injured in practice. His treatment regimen includes immobilization of the knee in 120 degrees of flexion. What injury has this patient most likely sustained?
Iliac crest contusion
Avulsion fracture of the lesser trochanter
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HPI - Direct injury right thigh while playing handball 02 weeks back. Was able to continue with the game. Developed pain right thigh along with painful restriction of knee flexion. No fever.
HPI - Patient 36 yo, male. 4 months ago ACL anatomic ligamentoplasty and partial meniscectomy of lateral meniscus. Due to knee stiffness, 2 manipulations under anesthesia were necessary.
Do you think this is a complete rupture or a partial rupture?