LCL/MCL Conditions

The Lateral Collateral Ligament limits sideway motion and runs along the outside of the knee. A complete or partial tear of the LCL usually occurs when you receive a blow to the inside of your knee, causing it to stretch beyond its normal range of motion. The Medial Collateral Ligament limits sideway motion and runs along the inside of the knee joint. A complete or partial tear of the MCL usually occurs from an outside blow to your knee that causes it to stretch beyond its normal range of motion. In a MCL tear the ACL and meniscus may also be torn at the same time.
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