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Table 6 Features on MRI of the injured knee of 50 patients

From: A novel test for assessment of anterolateral rotatory instability of the knee: the tibial internal rotation test (TIR test)

ACL
 intact 4 (8%)
 contusion 2 (4%)
 partial rupture 9 (18%)
 rupture 35 (70%)
PCL
 intact 46 (92%)
 contusion 1 (2%)
 buckling 3 (6%)
LCL
 intact 44 (88%)
 sprain 5 (10%)
 partial rupture 1 (2%)
MCL
 intact 38 (76%)
 sprain 7 (14%)
 partial rupture 1 (2%)
 rupture 4 (8%)
lesion of the lateral meniscus 13 (26%)
lesion of the medial meniscus 20 (40%)
ALL
 visualized 36 (72%)
  normal 29 (80.6%)
  abnormal 7 (19.4%)
 non visualized 8 (16%)
 no assessment possible 6 (12%)
edema surrounding anterolateral structuresa 26 (52%)
  1. aSlight edema surrounding at least one of the following structures: anterolateral capsule, LCL, ALL and/or ITB