29-year-old Female With Left Knee Pain - Page #3

Other Studies:
Knee X-rays

Normal synovial fluid without evidence of hemorrhage, crystals, inflammation, or infection

MRI of Left Knee
Increased T2 signal in the posterior aspect of the knee, consistent with the synovial area as well as heterogeneous synovial signal just medial to the patellar tendon anteriorly. No significant ligamentous abnormality or meniscal pathology.Case Photo #1, Case Photo #2, Case Photo #3, Case Photo #4, Case Photo #5,Case Photo #6, Case Photo #7, Case Photo #8

Left Knee Synovial Biopsy
Reactive synovium and granulation tissue with changes consistent with synovial chondromatosis without evidence of malignancy. Case Photo #9, Case Photo #10

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