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    MRI of Left Knee Report (Please suggest what should I do next)

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    I had an bike accident 2 yrs back lately it started troubling me, Hence i need the advice

    Report Findings:
    1. Linear horizontal hyper-intense signal is seen in anterior horn and body of lateral Wikipedia reference-linkmeniscus not extending to articular surface on Gradient images.
    2. Diffuse hyper-intense signal is seen in posterior horn on medial meniscus
    3. Small sub-centimeter size cyst is seen abutting the posterior horn of lateral meniscus
    4. The femoral and tibial condyles, patella and fibular head appear normal in outlines and marrow signal
    5. The medial and lateral menisci appear normal in outlines and signal characteristics.
    6. The anterior and posterior Wikipedia reference-linkcruciate ligaments, medial and fibular collateral ligaments, quadriceps tendon and ligamentum patellae appear normal in outlines and signal characteristics.

    IMPRESSION:
    1. GRADE II tear in anterior horn and body of lateral meniscus
    2. Small parameniscal cyst abutting lateral meniscus
    3. Grade I signal in posterior horn of medial meniscus

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    Re: MRI of Left Knee Report (Please suggest what should I do next)

    Hello ChiragFisher,

    I would advise seeing an orthopaedic surgeon to review your Wikipedia reference-linkMRI to determine the possibility of having an arthroscopic (keyhole) examination and repair (if required). This surgery can be very sucessfull for treating meniscal injuries and cysts and typical full recovery time is 4-6 weeks (depends on damage done and how sucessful surgery goes).

    For more information on the procedure check "Knee arthroscopy" on wikipedia and also follow the link in the piece to "meniscal injury" for more specific information. As always with wikipedia, take what you read with a pinch of salt as I wouldn't agree 100% with whats written but it gives you an idea of whats involved.

    I'm not sure where you are based geographically or your circumstances (private insurance?) but a good place to start is usually your GP.



 

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