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Ruptured posterior root of the medial meniscus means what?

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Dr. Chris Sadeh
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: Torn cartilage

There is torn cartilage in the posterior knee joint.
This can cause swelling, pain, and even "locking" of the knee joint. An orthopedic surgeon can view the MRI and determine the best course of treatment.

In brief: Torn cartilage

There is torn cartilage in the posterior knee joint.
This can cause swelling, pain, and even "locking" of the knee joint. An orthopedic surgeon can view the MRI and determine the best course of treatment.
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