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    Possible, not probable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    Possible, not probable.
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    Default Re: Steve Brown dec Jordan Burroughs 3-2

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    Bwahaha. The mighty Steve Fittery says probably not.
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    The ligaments torn are strange -not the usual ACL or MCL but LCL and PCL-posterior Cruciate ligaments and Lateral Cruciate ligaments -where is Joint Doc ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    The ligaments torn are strange -not the usual ACL or MCL but LCL and PCL-posterior Cruciate ligaments and Lateral Cruciate ligaments -where is Joint Doc ??
    Somebody said that Burroughs Facebook page says it's the ACL and the MCL, not the originally reported LCL and PCL.
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    Lateral colateral, on the outside or lateral aspect of the knee...........as though pressure or a heavy blow came from the medial, inside aspect of the knee
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    ACL I understand well-major surgery with 4-6 months rehab -no arthroscope here -they cut you wide open-my scar is only 5-8 inches -some are bad .
    Torn Meniscus is nothing today -torn Acl or Mcl is a long drawn out recovery .
    I wish JB all the luck .

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    The ligaments torn are strange -not the usual ACL or MCL but LCL and PCL-posterior Cruciate ligaments and Lateral Cruciate ligaments -where is Joint Doc ??

    Um that would be a twisted knee...!

    Not like in Football or Soccer where the knee goes backwards but sideways & then backwards. Ew.

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