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Asymptomatic soccer player felt her right knee popped up. Unable to play due to pain. Probable diagnosis?

A previously asymptomatic female soccer player feels her right knee suddenly pop and give out as she tries to pivot during a game. She is unable to return to play due to pain and the feeling that her knee will give out. She develops noticeable swelling within the knee joint within 2 hours of the injury. What is the most likely diagnosis? -Distal femoral stress fracture -Anterior cruciate ligament tear - Patellofemoral pain syndrome -Lateral collateral ligament sprain
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
hii sir

is this a query or a questionaire. i am a ophthalmologist but will risk answering the same on the basis of my mbbs knowlege

i would think that she has an anterior cruciate ligament tear.

pls do mail me the right answer
Answered: Sat, 12 May 2012
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