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A CT scan is used to produce internal cross-sectional images of the body. The images aid the detection of disease and injury, allowing effective treatment planning.
An MRI is a type of scan that creates detailed images of the inside of your body. Your doctor or healthcare professional has recommended an MRI scan because it is the best way to make an accurate diagnosis of your condition.
An MSK (musculoskeletal) ultrasound is used to examine your muscles, joints, tendons or ligaments.
Ultrasound is a non-invasive scan that uses sound waves to create live images from the inside of the body.
An X-ray machine produces images of the inside of the body. It is effective in assessing bones and other dense structures within the body.
Knee arthroscopy (also called keyhole knee surgery) allows your surgeon to see inside your knee joint using a camera inserted through small cuts in the skin.
The anterior cruciate ligament is replaced with a piece of suitable tissue from elsewhere in the body.
Your posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) and your anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) are two large ligaments that control front to back movement in your knee. A sports injury or a fall directly on the front of your knee can tear your PCL.
During patela stabilisation either torn ligaments are repaired or a tendon may be repositioned.