A 17-year-old male high school football player is admitted to the emergency department complaining..

A 17-year-old male high school football player is admitted to the emergency department complaining of severe pain in his right knee. He is the team’s center and relates that an opponent charged into his thighs as he stood up at the beginning of a play. The “drawer test” reveals a 1 cm posterior displacement of the tibia on the femoral condyles, as compared to the left knee. This sign indicates damage to the: A. Anterior cruciate ligament B. Lateral collateral ligament C. Medial collateral ligament D. Medial meniscus E. Posterior cruciate ligament

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