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Table 1 Different locations and patterns of lateral meniscus injury

From: Correlation between CT images of lateral plateau and lateral meniscus injuries in patients with Schatzker II tibial plateau fractures:a retrospective study

Locations and patterns of lateral meniscus injury No.
Simple injury of lateral meniscus 130
The anterior horn 3
Longitudinal/oblique tears 1
Radial tears 2
The midbody 86
Longitudinal/oblique tears 11
Radial tears 13
Horizontal tears 8
Meniscocapsular separation 54
The posterior horn 41
Longitudinal/oblique tears 7
Radial tears 6
Horizontal tears 4
Meniscocapsular separation 24
Multiple injuries of lateral meniscus 23
Radial tears in the anterior horn and midbody 1
Longitudinal/oblique tears in the midbody and posterior horn 4
Radial tears in the midbody and posterior horn 5
Horizontal tears in the midbody and posterior horn 3
Radial tears in the midbody and meniscocapsular separation in the posterior horn 4
Longitudinal/oblique tears in the midbody and meniscocapsular separation in the posterior horn 6
Simultaneous injuries of medial and lateral meniscus 7
Radial tears in the anterior horn of lateral meniscus and horizontal tears in the posterior horn of medial meniscus 1
Longitudinal/oblique tears in the midbody of lateral meniscus and radial tears in the posterior horn of medial meniscus 2
Longitudinal/oblique tears in the midbody of lateral meniscus and horizontal tears in the posterior horn of medial meniscus 1
Longitudinal/oblique tears in the midbody of lateral meniscus and the posterior horn of medial meniscus 1
Radial tears in the midbody of lateral meniscus and the posterior horn of medial meniscus 1
Radial tears in the posterior horn of lateral meniscus and the midbody of medial meniscus 1
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