Seitenbänder

  • J. Kramer
  • E. Mohr
  • A. Scheurecker

Zusammenfassung

Die Kollateralbänder sind hauptverantwortlich für die mediale bzw. laterale Stabilität des Kniegelenkes. Da das akute Trauma mit starken Schmerzen und Schwellungen der betroffenen Region einhergeht, ist eine ausreichende klinische Beurteilung, wie sie für eine suffiziente Therapie unerläßlich ist, äußerst schwierig. Mittels MRT lassen sich die einzelnen Strukturen bzw. deren pathologische Veränderungen darstellen. Voraussetzung für eine genaue Beurteilung ist allerdings die Kenntnis der komplexen anatomischen Verhältnisse [1,18,19].

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  • J. Kramer
  • E. Mohr
  • A. Scheurecker

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