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How is a posterior cruciate ligament injury typically diagnosed?

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Dr. Howard Luks
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Examination

Most good sports medicine professionals will be able to tell you whether or not your PCL is torn based on your history and the physical examination they perform. If there is a question, then an MRI can be ordered to confirm the physicians suspicions.

In brief: Examination

Most good sports medicine professionals will be able to tell you whether or not your PCL is torn based on your history and the physical examination they perform. If there is a question, then an MRI can be ordered to confirm the physicians suspicions.
Dr. Howard Luks
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Dr. W. Batson
Surgery - Hand Surgery

In brief: MRI

As well as by the history of the injury and current symptoms followed by a physical exam of the knee.

In brief: MRI

As well as by the history of the injury and current symptoms followed by a physical exam of the knee.
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