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Case 6.6.9 Osgood Schlatter disease


Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with cartilage swelling but no bony fragmentation. The tendon insertion is slightly thickened and there is an effus ...
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with cartilage swelling
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with fragmentation of the apophysis, thickened distal patellar tendon and neovascularity
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease on both sides left more than right
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with fragmentation of the apophysis and hypervascularity
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with cartilage swelling and fragmentation of the apophysis of the tibia
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with cartilage swelling and fragmentation of the apophysis
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter with an irregular tuberositas tibiae, cartilage swelling patellar tendon tendinosis and deep infrapatellar bursitis
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with fragmentation of the apophysis and patella tendon thickening
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter on both sides with cartilage swelling and fragmentation of the apophysis
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter on both sides with cartilage swelling and fragmentation of the apophysis
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood schlatter disease with irregular apophysis and infrapatellar bursitis and tendinosis with a hypervascularized inhomogeneous patellar ...
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter and deep infrapatellar bursitis on both sides
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with fragmentation of the apophysis, bursal effusion and tendinopathy
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood schlatter disease with cartilage swelling and irregular apophysis and thickened hypervascularized inhomogeneous patellar tendon
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter with an irregular fragmented tuberositas tendinopathy with neovascularity of the distal patellar tendon
Pitfalls:
Fracture of the tuberositas tibiae (*1) and blood filled deep infrapatellar bursa (*2) mimicking Osgood Schlatter disease
Pitfalls:
Exostosis with cartilage cap on the anterior aspect of the tibia that could be mistaken for an Osgood Schlatter disease
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with cartilage swelling but no bony fragmentation. The tendon insertion is slightly thickened and there is an effus ...
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with cartilage swelling
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with fragmentation of the apophysis, thickened distal patellar tendon and neovascularity
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease on both sides left more than right
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with fragmentation of the apophysis and hypervascularity
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with cartilage swelling and fragmentation of the apophysis of the tibia
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with cartilage swelling and fragmentation of the apophysis
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter with an irregular tuberositas tibiae, cartilage swelling patellar tendon tendinosis and deep infrapatellar bursitis
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with fragmentation of the apophysis and patella tendon thickening
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter on both sides with cartilage swelling and fragmentation of the apophysis
Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter on both sides with cartilage swelling and fragmentation of the apophysis
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood schlatter disease with irregular apophysis and infrapatellar bursitis and tendinosis with a hypervascularized inhomogeneous patellar ...
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter and deep infrapatellar bursitis on both sides
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter disease with fragmentation of the apophysis, bursal effusion and tendinopathy
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood schlatter disease with cartilage swelling and irregular apophysis and thickened hypervascularized inhomogeneous patellar tendon
Additional findings in Osgood Schlatter disease:
Osgood Schlatter with an irregular fragmented tuberositas tendinopathy with neovascularity of the distal patellar tendon
Pitfalls:
Fracture of the tuberositas tibiae (*1) and blood filled deep infrapatellar bursa (*2) mimicking Osgood Schlatter disease
Pitfalls:
Exostosis with cartilage cap on the anterior aspect of the tibia that could be mistaken for an Osgood Schlatter disease
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