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ACL Tear with lateral femoral notch sign

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Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: ACL Tear with lateral femoral notch sign

History: 18 y/o female with history of chronic pain with exercise. No history of specific trauma.

Findings: Figure 1: Lateral radiograph in an 18 year old female with chronic pain during exercise. Figure 2: Sagital PD shows a “low lying” ACL consistent with tear. Figure 3: Sagital PD with FS shows an ostoeochondral defect of the lateral femoral condyle corresponding to the radiographic deep lateral femoral notch.

Ddx: Normal Variant Osteochondral defect, nontraumatic vs traumatic

Dxhow: MRI

Exam: Noncontributory

No MeSH data available.


Figure 1:  Lateral radiograph in an 18 year old female with chronic pain during exercise showing a “lateral femoral notch sign”.  The lateral femoral notch is greater than 1.5mm in depth.
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MPX1500_synpic19060: Figure 1: Lateral radiograph in an 18 year old female with chronic pain during exercise showing a “lateral femoral notch sign”. The lateral femoral notch is greater than 1.5mm in depth.


ACL Tear with lateral femoral notch sign

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Figure 1:  Lateral radiograph in an 18 year old female with chronic pain during exercise showing a “lateral femoral notch sign”.  The lateral femoral notch is greater than 1.5mm in depth.
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MPX1500_synpic19060: Figure 1: Lateral radiograph in an 18 year old female with chronic pain during exercise showing a “lateral femoral notch sign”. The lateral femoral notch is greater than 1.5mm in depth.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: ACL Tear with lateral femoral notch sign

History: 18 y/o female with history of chronic pain with exercise. No history of specific trauma.

Findings: Figure 1: Lateral radiograph in an 18 year old female with chronic pain during exercise. Figure 2: Sagital PD shows a “low lying” ACL consistent with tear. Figure 3: Sagital PD with FS shows an ostoeochondral defect of the lateral femoral condyle corresponding to the radiographic deep lateral femoral notch.

Ddx: Normal Variant Osteochondral defect, nontraumatic vs traumatic

Dxhow: MRI

Exam: Noncontributory

No MeSH data available.