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A 27-year-old recreational soccer player injures his knee after colliding with an opposing player during a game. On physical exam, his Lachman is graded as 1A. He has laxity to varus stress with the knee flexed to 30 degrees. Dial test of the tibia shows increased external rotation at 30 degrees, but not at 90 degrees in comparison to the contralateral leg. Which of the following structure(s) are torn?
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
Lateral collateral ligament (LCL)
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and lateral collateral ligament (LCL)
Lateral collateral ligament (LCL) and posterolateral corner (PLC)
Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) and posterolateral corner (PLC)
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In relation to the femoral insertion of the popliteus, the femoral attachment of the lateral collateral ligament is
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posterior and distal
anterior and proximal
anterior and distal
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HPI - 17 year old obese female. BMI 37.2
Playing football with friends. Twisted knee and heard a pop and swelling.
MRI shows acl tear and medial meniscus tear, but standing xrays show significant lateral joint widening.
Full length scanogram shows significant varus alignment.
Difficult to really evaluate posterior lateral corner structures due to obese knee. I did not appreciate any increased external rotation.
What to do for this young pt?
ACL reconstruction alone?
ACL and HTO?
What surgery would you perform?