A member asked:

What do these findings mean? paucity of synovial fluid anteriorly at the tibiofemoral articulation anterior cruciate ligament demonstrates inhomogeneity & sprain. greatest in severity at its femoral attachment sites & pericruciate edema?

A doctor has provided 1 answer

Findings are most congruent with knee and cruciate ligament tear or strain, with resulting inflammatory changes (edema). See an orthopedic physician for an exam and treatment guidance.

Answered 9/3/2021



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