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AP weightbearing radiographs of both knees and lateral radiograph of the right knee in a 13-year-old female who fell while playing basketball. On the AP radiographs the right knee demonstrates decreased overlap between the fibular head and the lateral tibial condyle compared with the left indicating that the fibular head is displaced laterally. The lateral radiograph demonstrates posteriorly rotated knee but the fibular head remains displaced laterally.




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AP radiographs of both knees and lateral radiograph of the right knee in a 17-year-old male who fell during a soccer game. Demonstrates medial fibular overhang and decreased lateral condylar overlap compared with the left with mild genu valgum. Rotation of the tibia on the femur is well visualized on the lateral radiograph.


Axial T2 MR images demonstrating joint effusion with engorgement of the ligamentum mucosum (white arrow) and hyperintense strands of the interosseous ligament (black arrow) in a 23-year-old male who experienced a non-contact injury to the knee. The MRI is notable for a new meniscus tear.


Diagrams demonstrating the inferior osteotomy technique in a right knee and the superior osteotomy technique in a left knee. Both techniques employ an anteromedial trajectory passing vertically into the central (weightbearing) compartment.


Diagrams demonstrating the inferior osteotomy technique in a left knee and the superior osteotomy technique in a left knee. Both techniques employ an anteromedial trajectory passing vertically into the central (weightbearing) compartment.


Axial images from superior to inferior demonstrate soft tissue edema surrounding the proximal tibiofibular joint. On the superior axial image, a small amount of fluid (arrowhead) in the fibular collateral ligament (FCL)-biceps femoris bursa delineates the relationship between the anterior arm of the long head of the biceps femoris tendon (orange arrows) and the FCL (yellow arrows). As the anterior arm of the long head of the biceps femoris tendon courses inferiorly, it contributes to the anterior aponeurosis and is intimately associated with the anterior tibiofibular ligament (green arrows).


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