ACL and Meniscus Tear need medicationlast month i had an accident and had plaster for a week. after a month dr suggested for a MRI then after MRI he suggested Arthroscopy
i do not want to go for a surgery, please suggest medication by referencing MRI impression.
current condition : wearing knee compression sleeves. able to walk but not like pre injury. ROM is o to 130 degree. knee is swelling.
no any exercise is doing.
Impression: there are multiple sequalce of recent trauma including near complete ACL tear, grade III tear in posterior horn of medial meniscus and sprain in media; collateral ligament. in addition, bone bruises are present in distal femur and proximal tibia with moderate effusion in right knee joint predominately is suprapattellar bursa. mild subcutaneous soft tissue swelling and edema and streak of fluid along myofascial planes of proximal calf muscles
sunny13 on 2017-03-23
1. Rhus Tox-200 6 pills twice a day
2. Calc Phos-12x 3 pallets twice a day
Pl take above treatment for 15 days and then give feedback
♡ homeo_helper 3 years ago
Below is the MRI details
MRI KNEE RIGHT WITHOUT CONTRAST
Indication: FOCAL TENDERNESS, KNEE, MECHANICAL KNEE SYMPTOMS: LOCKING,
CATCHING, SNAPPING, CREPITUS, Right knee pain x 5 weeks after twisting
injury, continued mechanical symptoms, no improvement after PT, M25.561
Pain in right knee
Comparison: Right knee radiograph 2/13/2017
Technique: Multiplanar, multiecho imaging of the knee was performed,
including T1-weighted and fluid sensitive sequences.
MEDIAL MENISCUS: Complicated tear of the junction of the posterior horn
and body of the medial meniscus with a displaced fragment into the notch.
LATERAL MENISCUS: Intact.
ACL: The fibers of the ACL are not well visualized and possibly torn.
MCL: There is signal in the region of the deep MCL possibly synovitis or
LATERAL LIGAMENTS AND TENDONS: Intact.
EXTENSOR MECHANISM: The quadriceps and patellar tendons are intact. There
is a nonthickened incidentally noted medial plica.
FAT PADS: Increased T2 signal within Hoffa's fat.
Patellofemoral compartment: Intact.
Medial compartment: Intact.
Lateral compartment: Intact.
BONE MARROW: Mild reactive change within the medial aspect of the medial
Small joint effusion. Synechia within the lateral gutter possibly
1. Poor visualization of the ACL suspected to be secondary to a chronic
2. Complicated tear of the medial meniscus body/horn with suspected
displacement of meniscus into the notch posteriorly.
Satendra1 3 years ago
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