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Musculo Skeletal Joints and Tendons | 6.6 Knee
Case 6.6.2 Patella and quadriceps tendon


Patella:
Patella bipartita
Patella:
Patella bipartita
Patella:
Secundary apophysis of the patella that should not be mistaken for a fracture
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps insertion tendinopathy with an area of tendinosis and neovascularity
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps tendinosis with an inhomogeneous thickened quadriceps tendon with calcifications and neovascularity
Quadriceps tendon:
Tendinosis of the distal quadriceps tendon and microrupture
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps insertion tendinopathy with tendinosis, increased vascularity and calcifications on both sides
Quadriceps tendon:
Insertion tendinopathy of the quadriceps tendon insertion with tendinosis calcifications and neovascularity
Quadriceps tendon:
Tendinosis with a hypoechoic area and a small intratendinous fissure in the distal quadriceps tendon
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps insertion tendinopathy with small fissure
Quadriceps tendon:
Insertion tendinitis and small rupture of the quadriceps tendon
Quadriceps tendon:
Rupture of the superficial part of the distal quadriceps tendon
Quadriceps tendon:
Rectus femoris tendon rupture with bony avulsion. The deeper part of the quadriceps tendon is intact
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps tendon ruture with a large defect in the rectus femoris tendon
Quadriceps tendon:
Full thickness rectus femoris rupture with retraction
Quadriceps tendon:
Full thickness quadriceps tendon rupture
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps tendon rupture
Quadriceps tendon:
Complete rupture of the quadriceps tendon with retraction
Quadriceps tendon:
Full thickness quadriceps tendon rupture with a large defect
Quadriceps tendon:
Acute rupture of the quadriceps tendon with large tendon defect
Quadriceps tendon:
Distal quadriceps rupture
Quadriceps tendon:
Post traumatic thickened quadriceps tendon with massive calcifications
Quadriceps tendon:
Cyst in the quadriceps in the musculotendinous junction
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Vascular malformation knee
Patella:
Patella bipartita
Patella:
Patella bipartita
Patella:
Secundary apophysis of the patella that should not be mistaken for a fracture
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps insertion tendinopathy with an area of tendinosis and neovascularity
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps tendinosis with an inhomogeneous thickened quadriceps tendon with calcifications and neovascularity
Quadriceps tendon:
Tendinosis of the distal quadriceps tendon and microrupture
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps insertion tendinopathy with tendinosis, increased vascularity and calcifications on both sides
Quadriceps tendon:
Insertion tendinopathy of the quadriceps tendon insertion with tendinosis calcifications and neovascularity
Quadriceps tendon:
Tendinosis with a hypoechoic area and a small intratendinous fissure in the distal quadriceps tendon
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps insertion tendinopathy with small fissure
Quadriceps tendon:
Insertion tendinitis and small rupture of the quadriceps tendon
Quadriceps tendon:
Rupture of the superficial part of the distal quadriceps tendon
Quadriceps tendon:
Rectus femoris tendon rupture with bony avulsion. The deeper part of the quadriceps tendon is intact
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps tendon ruture with a large defect in the rectus femoris tendon
Quadriceps tendon:
Full thickness rectus femoris rupture with retraction
Quadriceps tendon:
Full thickness quadriceps tendon rupture
Quadriceps tendon:
Quadriceps tendon rupture
Quadriceps tendon:
Complete rupture of the quadriceps tendon with retraction
Quadriceps tendon:
Full thickness quadriceps tendon rupture with a large defect
Quadriceps tendon:
Acute rupture of the quadriceps tendon with large tendon defect
Quadriceps tendon:
Distal quadriceps rupture
Quadriceps tendon:
Post traumatic thickened quadriceps tendon with massive calcifications
Quadriceps tendon:
Cyst in the quadriceps in the musculotendinous junction
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Vascular malformation knee
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