Can MRI predict the clinical instability and loss of the screw home phenomenon following ACL tear?
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AbstractOur purpose was to determine the relationship between tibiofemoral translation on magnetic resonance imaging and clinical instability of the knee following anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury. Within 66 patients (43 males, 23 females, mean age 30.25 years), 15 of 19 patients (80%) with an intact ACL had a demonstrable normal screw home movement, while 24 of 47 patients (51%) with an ACL tear had absence of the screw home movement. Patients with clinical instability had greater tibial translation and excursion at the lateral compartment (P=.0001). Following ACL injury, there is demonstrable absence of the normal screw-home movement with anterior tibial translation and excursion related to presence of clinical instability. (c) 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
All Author(s) ListNg AWH, Griffith JF, Hung EHY, Law KY, Ho EPY, Yung PSH
Journal nameClinical Imaging
Year2013
Month1
Day1
Volume Number37
Issue Number1
PublisherElsevier
Pages116 - 123
ISSN0899-7071
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsAnterior cruciate ligament; Anterior tibial subluxation; Knee; Laxity; Magnetic resonance imaging
Web of Science Subject CategoriesRadiology, Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging; RADIOLOGY, NUCLEAR MEDICINE & MEDICAL IMAGING

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