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Osteochondral loose body

Vojta CNV - MedPix (2005)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Osteochondral loose body

History: 64 year old male with history of bilateral knee surgery presents with increasing knee pain, especially with climbing uphill. Patient has been considering having a knee replacement.

Findings: No prior study for comparison. AP, lateral, and tunnel radiographs of the knees show a 14 x 19 x 24 mm calcified loose body in the midpopliteal region of the right knee. Other findings are mild osteoarthritic changes, right greater than left, predominantly in the medial compartments with degenerative spurring, mainly at the medial tibial margin and tibial spine of the right knee. No appreciable joint space asymmetry was seen on non-weight bearing radiographs.

Ddx: Osteocartilaginous loose body -Osteophyte -Osteochondral fracture -Osteoarthritis dissecans -Synovial osteochondromatosis Hyaline cartilaginous body Fibrous cartilaginous body Other – foreign body

Dxhow: Radiographically

No MeSH data available.


Lateral radiograph of the right knee shows  a 14 x 19 x 24 mm calcified loose body in the midpopliteal region of the right knee.
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Osteochondral loose body

Vojta CNV - MedPix (2005)

Lateral radiograph of the right knee shows  a 14 x 19 x 24 mm calcified loose body in the midpopliteal region of the right knee.
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MPX1591_synpic26859: Lateral radiograph of the right knee shows a 14 x 19 x 24 mm calcified loose body in the midpopliteal region of the right knee.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Osteochondral loose body

History: 64 year old male with history of bilateral knee surgery presents with increasing knee pain, especially with climbing uphill. Patient has been considering having a knee replacement.

Findings: No prior study for comparison. AP, lateral, and tunnel radiographs of the knees show a 14 x 19 x 24 mm calcified loose body in the midpopliteal region of the right knee. Other findings are mild osteoarthritic changes, right greater than left, predominantly in the medial compartments with degenerative spurring, mainly at the medial tibial margin and tibial spine of the right knee. No appreciable joint space asymmetry was seen on non-weight bearing radiographs.

Ddx: Osteocartilaginous loose body -Osteophyte -Osteochondral fracture -Osteoarthritis dissecans -Synovial osteochondromatosis Hyaline cartilaginous body Fibrous cartilaginous body Other – foreign body

Dxhow: Radiographically

No MeSH data available.