Cyclops Lesion: Episode 135

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Cyclops Lesion

 

**Apologies for the poor audio quality. This episode was recorded long distance and there were some technical difficulties. **

 
  • Cyclops lesion is an uncommon complication most commonly related to ACL reconstruction surgery. It will typically presents as anterior knee pain and inability to fully extend the knee. Epis

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Brief overview of the episode:

              A Cyclops lesion is a rare complication following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLr) surgery. Symptoms are hallmarked by anterior knee pain and loss of knee extension. The most likely follow up treatment for a Cyclops lesion is unfortunately another surgery to have it removed.

   

Other episodes you might enjoy:  

ACL Reconstruction Options: Episode 46
Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome: Episode 32
ACL Recovery: Episode 13

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