Clinical and Arthroscopic Evaluation of the Posterior-Cruciate-Ligament- Injured Knee View Full Text


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DATE

2015-02-28

AUTHORS

Brian M. Devitt , Daniel B. Whelan

ABSTRACT

The initial assessment of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injured knee is often challenging, particularly in the context of a multi-ligamentous injury.Although advanced imaging techniques have enhanced the evaluation of knee injuries—the large, and often unique—contribution of clinical examination should not be overlooked. Clinical examination starts with a thorough history, which is instrumental in elucidating not only the patient’s symptomatology but also the mechanism of injury. Differentiating between acute and chronic injury and teasing out the patient’s functional limitations are all helpful in defining the appropriate treatment plan.The treating physician needs patience, vigilance and a variety of diagnostic tools to reach a precise diagnosis. Each injury should be approached in a methodical and systematic manner to ensure an accurate initial assessment and ultimately improved outcomes. This chapter provides a stepwise approach to the clinical assessment of the PCL injured knee. Adjunctive radiological and vascular investigations are also discussed along with the principles of arthroscopic evaluation. More... »

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49-64

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