Meniscal tears and ACL damage
Medial joint pain
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Globular high signal within the posterior horn of the medial meniscus is continuous with a more medially oriented radial tear. The medial collateral ligament is intact however high signal surrounding the femoral origin of the ligament suggests at least a strain of the MCL.
Increased signal within the distal ACL with associated sagging suggests a partial ACL tear or mucinous degeneration. The PCL is intact. Complex tear of the lateral meniscus with a longitudinal component across the length of the meniscus and a radial component within the body. The posterolateral corner is intact.