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Isolated knee meniscus injuries are most commonly associated with:

An audible pop at the time of injury.

Hemarthrosis with fat globules.

Delayed onset of pain.

A history of “locking” on flexion or extension

Positive anterior drawer sign.

A joint effusion may develop with a meniscal injury. Hemarthrosis with fat globules indicates a fracture involving marrow. Solitary hemarthrosis may result form skeletal, ligamentous, or cartilaginous injuries. If the cartilage interposes in the intercondylar notch, the joint will lock.