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Fig. 2. Medial meniscus extrusion (MME) increased after the medial meniscus posterior root tear (MMPRT) onset in a 65-year-old female (the right knee). (A) The coronal view showed minor MME 1week after a painful popping event indicating the MMPRT onset. Double-headed arrow: medial meniscus body width (MMBW). Dotted line: absolute MME. Solid line: medial meniscus height (MMH). (B) The MME increased 10 weeks after the MMPRT. Note the bone edema of the medial femoral condyle (arrowheads) and medial shift of the medial collateral ligament (arrow). (C) The MME progressed 18 weeks after the MMPRT. Bars: 1 cm.
Knee Surgery & Related Research 2017;29:295~301 https://doi.org/10.5792/ksrr.17.027
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