Case Report
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2016.
World J Orthop. Jun 18, 2016; 7(6): 401-405
Published online Jun 18, 2016. doi: 10.5312/wjo.v7.i6.401
Table 1 Characteristics of reported cases of posterolateral dislocation of the knee
Ref. Patient age and gender Torn structures (besides medial capsule, retinaculum, vastus medialis, MPFL) MRI Doppler Angiogram/CT angiogram Attempted closed reduction Arthroscopic surgery Interval to open reduction Open surgery
Current study 48 M MCL, ACL No Yes No No No 4 h Yes
Nystrom et al[8] 24 M and 31 F MCL, ACL, PCL No No No Yes No Not mentioned Yes
Huang et al[1] 61 M ACL, PCL, MCL (also degenerative arthrosis) No No No Yes Yes > 8 h Yes
Jeevannavar et al[2] 32 M MCL, medial retinaculum, partial ACL tear Yes Yes Yes Yes No Not mentioned Yes
Paulin et al[4] 54 M ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL Yes No Yes Yes No < 24 h Yes
Quinlan et al[3] 38 M, 40 F, 49 M, 20 M, 41 F ACL, PCL, MCL in all patients, additional medial meniscus tear in 1 patient No No No 3 of 5 cases No 24 h in 4 cases, few days later in 1 case Yes
Ashkan et al[7] 37 M ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL, PLC No No No Yes No Following thoracoabdominal surgery Yes
Urgüden et al[9] 51 M and 53 F Medial retinaculum, MCL, ACL, PCL No Yes in 1 patient No Yes No 4 h in both Yes