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JUVENTUS, Medical update on Caceres and Pepe

23.07.2012 14.45 by TM W  read 2058
Source: juventus.it
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Martin Caceres and Simone Pepe have completed medical examinations following Saturday’s TIM Trophy clash with Milan.

The Uruguayan was this morning given an MRI scan and an orthopaedic examination by Professor Quaglia at the Fornaca clinic in Turin. These tests displayed a first-second degree tear of the medial collateral ligament in his left knee.
The midfielder, assessed by Doctor Ganzit at the city’s Medicina dello Sport, underwent an ultrasound scan which showed a first degree tear of the semimembranosus muscle in his left thigh.

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