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  1. Mar 8, 2019 · The symptoms of an MCL injury may include: a popping sound upon injury. pain and tenderness along the inner part of your knee. swelling of the knee joint. a feeling that your knee is...

  2. Aug 25, 2020 · Grade 1: Mild pain and tenderness in the knee indicates an MCL sprain. Grade 2: Pain on the inside of the knee is more intense, and there might also be swelling. When the knee is moved by hand, the joint will be loose. These symptoms indicate a partially torn MCL.

  3. The most noticeable MCL tear symptom is pain on the inside of your knee directly over the ligament. You may also hear and feel a “popping” sensation in your knee at the time of injury. Other common symptoms include bruising, knee instability, swelling, and the inability to hold your weight. What are the grades of an MCL injury?

  4. Feb 26, 2024 · 23. Video/Pods. 13. Images. summary. A medial collateral ligament (MCL) knee injury is a traumatic knee injury that typically occurs as a result of a sudden valgus force to the lateral aspect of the knee. Diagnosis can be suspected with increased valgus laxity on physical exam but requires MRI for confirmation.

  5. Common symptoms of an injury to the medial collateral ligament are: Knee swelling. Locking or catching of the knee when you move it. Pain and tenderness along the inside of the joint. A knee that gives way or feels like it is going to give when it is active or stressed in a certain way.

  6. Signs of an MCL injury may include pain over the inside part of the knee, swelling, bruising, pain with rotation of the lower leg (such as during pivoting), and a sense of looseness or instability. Some people also describe feeling or hearing a “pop.”

  7. Apr 19, 2023 · The most common symptom following an MCL injury is pain directly over the ligament. Swelling may appear over the torn ligament, and bruising and generalized joint swelling are common one to two days after the injury. In more severe injuries, patients may complain that the knee feels unstable, or it feels as though the knee may 'give out' or buckle.

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