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What are the symptoms of a lateral collateral ligament (LCL) injury?
An injury to your LCL may cause:
- Swelling, pain, and tenderness, especially on the outside of your knee. Several hours after the injury, your pain may get worse. And it might be harder to move your knee.
- An unstable feeling in your knee, like it may lock up, buckle, or give out.
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