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Related to Cruciate ligament: anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament
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The blood supply of the PCL has been reported to be more plentiful than that of the anterior cruciate ligament.
The visualization in anterior cruciate ligament injuries is applied through direct radiographs, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasonography (usg) and arthroscopy.
Noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injuries: Risk factors and prevention strategies.
But that came to an abrupt halt on Saturday after he sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury during the 0-0 draw with Chelsea.
A statement read: "R's front-man Andy Johnson is set for a prolonged period on the sidelines after scans revealed the 31 year-old suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury in the goalless draw against Chelsea on Saturday.
A club statement read: "Rovers are preparing for the start of the Championship season without Leon Best after the striker suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury in Sunday's pre-season friendly against AEK Athens.
The Rangers and Scotland star sustained the injury to his right knee in the Ibrox side's 2-1 triumph over Aberdeen on Saturday and a scan yesterday confirmed a tear in the anterior cruciate ligament.
Asked about the extent of Pradeep's injury, Law added: "He has some damage to his anterior cruciate ligament.
76% rise in pet insurance claims for cruciate ligament damage between January and June of 2010.
But there are contrasting fortunes for young midfielder Fabian Delph, who is expected to be out for eight months after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament in training.
Flood suffered a slight tear to his cruciate ligament in Boro's defeat at Cardiff on March 6.
CAIRO: Ismaili marksman Youssef Gamal is set to undergo knee surgery to repair his damaged cruciate ligament, and thus will be ruled out of action for the remainder of the term.