Knee Pain And Muscle Atrophy In A Football Player - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
None performed

Other Studies:
X-ray left knee Case Photo #1, Case Photo #2: lateral femoral condyle nonaggressive lytic lesion centered within the epiphysis.
MRI: 2.6 x 2.3 x 2.1 lobulated well-circumscribed mass in the epiphysis of the medial aspect of the left lateral femoral condyle with no extension into the metaphysis. Case Photo #3, Case Photo #4, Case Photo #5, Case Photo #6

Consultations:
The patient was referred to the orthopedic oncologist for further evaluation and management.

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