Posterior cruciate ligament tear
MVA. Ongoing knee pain and tenderness.
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No fracture identified. Marrow oedema in the region of ITB insertion. Moderate knee joint effusion without lipohaemarthrosis. Anterior cruciate ligament is intact. Full thickness posterior cruciate ligament tear. Both medial and lateral collateral ligaments are intact. No meniscal injury. No cartilage injury. Old Osgood-Schlatter disease.
Isolated posterior cruciate ligament tears are much less common than anterior cruciate ligament tears.