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Whats the ramifications of "bony Contusions of the lateral Tibial Platueau and..

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Lateral Tibial metaphysis as well as the Medial Tibial Spine"

 

Just got back MRI report.  I see doc on Monday but trying to get real implication and not the East Coast Couch Potato diagnosis....

 

BTW- ACL has "few fibers in tact".

 

 

 

UPDATE

Did some more research, looks like nothing more than bruised bones but if someone knows something other, please let me know.

 

 


Edited by Finndog - 1/6/12 at 1:38pm
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Got the official answer from doc in case some one is interested.

 

Bruised bone is due to impact. They can take longer to heal than breaks. Key thing is to eliminate impact to bone and limit amount of weight on bone. So don't do weighted squats for now or anythign that applies force or pressure to the tibia.

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Sorry my responce did post earlier, a bone contusion is a bruise that will heal slowly due to lack of vasularization (blood flow)

 

Mobilty & liteactivity are best!

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thanks! Yeah I am just keeping it to riding the bike and unweighted squats. It gets pretty achy.

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