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MRI Knee MCL Sprain

Technique: Axial, sagittal and coronal FR FSE T2 images and sagittal SE PD images of the left knee were obtained. Findings: The menisci and cruciate ligaments are normal. There is intrasubstance signal in the posterior horn of the medial meniscus which does not contact the articular surface. There is a small amount of edema within and surrounding the medial collateral ligament, which is intact but slightly thickened. The lateral collateral ligamentous complex is intact. There is no evidence of effusion or cartilage abnormality. No areas of marrow or soft tissue signal abnormality are noted. Impression: Medial collateral ligament sprain.