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MENISCUS TEAR MACERATION DEGENERATION MRI KNEE RADIOLOGY (VIDEO)

MENISCUS MACERATION DEGENERATION MRI KNEE WHAT ARE THE FINDINGS MENISCUS MACERATION DEGENERATION MRI KNEE   Generalized increase in meniscal signal. Intermediate increase in signal on PD and PD/T2FS. The meniscus generally retains it’s shape but is ill defined. Due to the degeneration its more likely to tear and it also stops functioning like a normal …

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MENISCAL CYST RADIOLOGY INTRAMENISCAL TEAR MRI KNEE

MENISCAL INTRAMENISCAL CYST MRI RADIOLOGY DISCUSSION INTRAMENISCAL CYST. Extensive intra meniscal cyst anterior horn. A tear is not seen extending to the articular margin. However we may not always see the extension on MRI. So if you see an intra-meniscal or parameniscal cyst these are always due to an underlying tear even if we don’t …

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POPLITEOMENISCAL FASICLES MRI TEAR NORMAL ANATOMY

POPLITEOMENISCAL FASICLES MRI TEAR NORMAL ANATOMY DISCUSSION These structures are the Popliteomeniscal Fascicles.   They are the Antero Inferior Fascicle (Blue arrow).   The Postero superior Fascicle (Pink arrow) which forms the,   Popliteal Hiatus (Orange arrow) for the,   Popliteus tendon (Green arrow)  to pass through. POPLITEOMENISCAL FASICLES MRI TEAR NORMAL ANATOMY: MOVE SLIDER …

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MENISCUS FIBRILLATION MRI LATERAL MENISCUS

MENISCUS FIBRILLATION MRI LATERAL MENISCUS DISCUSSION This is NOT a tear. The anterior horn of the lateral meniscus as it approaches its insertion into the tibia is normally fibrillated like this and this is a normal finding. MENISCUS FIBRILLATION MRI LATERAL MENISCUS: MOVE SLIDER TO VIEW IMAGES ARE FROM OUR INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT. CLICK ICON BELOW …

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