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Injury to the anterior cruciate ligament of the knee joint

Medical advice from Head of Department of Orthopedics and Orthopedic Surgery at Grandmed Hospital, Senior Orthopedic Surgeon A.Batkhuu . The anterior cruciate ligament is one of the most important joints in the stability of the knee. Anterior cruciate ligament injuries are common among athletes. More common in basketball and wrestling. Tendon injuries are common during knee flexion outside and to the inside. When the knee is injured it starts to swell. There is a lot of pain when moving. There are many cases of not going to the doctor when injured. Within 14 days to 1 month, the pain decreases and the symptoms fade. At a later time, the joints feels loose like it is going to dislocate and the joints get stuck. The mainstay of treatment for cruciate ligament injuries is arthroscopic reconstruction using your own ligaments. In some cases, a partial rupture of the ligament can be treated non-surgically. There are many cases of cruciate ligament injuries that go untreated for many years. If left untreated, joint cartilage tears and wear can lead to pain. This not only affects the outcome of the surgery, but also increases the risk of early knee replacement surgery due to loss of function of the knee joint. If a tendon injury occurs, it is beneficial to see a specialist for diagnosis and treatment to prevent future risks.


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