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Abstract #1418

Is the anterolateral ligament affected by the rupture of anterior cruciate ligament? A tentative investigation based on magnetic resonance imaging

qian wang1, Cuiping Ren1, Jingliang Cheng1, and Zhizheng Zhuo2

1The First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou, China, 2Clinical Science, Philips Healthcare, Beijing, China

This study aimed to demonstrate the incidence of injured of ALL following ACL rupture, as well as observe the characteristics of thus injury based on MRI. In the study, we used the high resolution 3D TSE-based sequences including the optimized T1W-VISTA and T1W-VISTA-SPAIR to evaluate the 43 knees of patients who have ligament ruptured through clinical test. Chi-square test was performed to analyze the categorical variables. Binary logistic regression was performed to investigate the main cause. It indicated that ACL injuries has closer association with ACL injuries but less association with LM injuries, and the femoral portions of ALL were easily ruptered

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