03 November 2022>: Articles
Injury to the Posterior Horn of the Lateral Meniscus from a Misplaced Tibial Tunnel for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Case Report
Challenging differential diagnosis, Unusual or unexpected effect of treatment, Diagnostic / therapeutic accidents, Rare disease, Clinical situation which can not be reproduced for ethical reasonsAmar S. Vadhera A* , Jonathan S. Lee E , Harsh Singh A , Safa Gursoy A , Kyle N. Kunze E , Nikhil N. Verma A , Jorge Chahla A
Am J Case Rep 2022; 23:e937581
Figure 1. Preoperative imaging of the right knee. (A) Lateral and standing (B) anteroposterior radiographs demonstrate a malpositioned tibial anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction tunnel (white arrows). This was confirmed to be in a non-anatomic position on (C) axial and (D) sagittal computed tomography. (E) Axial and (F) sagittal magnetic resonance imaging show the posterior location of the tunnel, blunting the lateral posterior meniscal root.