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A colleague has performed a knee arthroscopy on a 45-year-old male 6 weeks ago. The operation note states the only abnormal finding was mild cartilage thinning medially (grade I). He continues to complain of knee pain. What is the most appropriate next step in management?

QUESTION ID: 41

1. A. Anteroposterior(AP) radiograph hip
2. B. List for further knee arthroscopy
3. C. MRI knee
4. D. Physiotherapy
5. E. Standing long leg alignment x-ray