Oblique meniscomeniscal ligament: another potential pitfall for a meniscal tear--anatomic description and appearance at MR imaging in three cases.

Abstract

Three patients with an arthroscopically proved normal variant, the oblique meniscomeniscal ligament, underwent prospective magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of the knee. In the first case, the ligament was misinterpreted as a displaced flap tear of the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus. In the two subsequent cases, the ligament was identified correctly at MR imaging as the oblique meniscomeniscal ligament.

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@article{Sanders1999ObliqueML, title={Oblique meniscomeniscal ligament: another potential pitfall for a meniscal tear--anatomic description and appearance at MR imaging in three cases.}, author={Timothy Sanders and Rafael Castro Linares and Keith W. Lawhorn and Phillip F. J. Tirman and Cindy Houser}, journal={Radiology}, year={1999}, volume={213 1}, pages={213-6} }