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 Meniscus Defined?

Answer The word "meniscus" derives from the Greek word for "crescent." The meniscus can refer to the curvature of liquid, the anatomy of a knee or a lens to reduce distortion.
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As defined by DoD 5240.1-R a US person is defined as?

U.S. citizenAn alien known by the DoD intelligence component concerned to be a Permanent Resident Alien of the U.S.An Unincorporated Association Substantially Composed of U.S. Citizens or Permanent... Read More »
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Possible Torn meniscus!?

Hi Haley,I'm sorry about your knee. Knee injuries can be serious and there is a lot in the knee that can be hurt and cause pain ranging from just a sprain to a tear. I tore my meniscus in April pla... Read More »
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Did I injure my MCL or meniscus?

Hello, I'm sorry about your knee. Knee injuries can be serious and there's a lot in the knee that can be hurt and cause pain. What other symptoms do you have if any? The the symptoms of a torn liga... Read More »
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Is it possible to sprain your meniscus?

You are right. Ligaments can be sprained and muscles can be strained, but a meniscus can only be torn.
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