Discussions By Procedure: Knee Arthroscopy

should I consider a scope for my knee I have my MRI report I know they are not always 100% right.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 26, 2015
  • 01:53 AM


HISTORY: Knee pain.

Quadriceps and patellar tendons are intact. There is mild degenerative change in the patellofemoral joint.

Anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments are normal. Laterally, there is no meniscal abnormality. Early degenerative change manifests by the presence of osteophyte formation.

Medially, there is joint space narrowing with near bone on bone articulation. There is osteophyte formation and partial extrusion of meniscus.


Multicompartmental degenerative change. Degenerative change is conspicuous in the medial compartment where there is near bone-on-bone articulation.

Interpretation Location:

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Dictated By: Coughlin MD , William F 12/26/2014 18:43
Assigned Physician: Coughlin MD , William F

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