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QUESTION 1 OF 3

You review a 10-year-old boy with lateral knee pain.  MRI shows 5 sagittal slices of 5mm thick contiguous lateral meniscus from anterior to posterior horns.
Which of the following x-ray findings is associated with the diagnosis?

QUESTION ID: 44

1. A. Hypoplastic patella
2. B. Lateral tibial plateau fracture
3. C. Segond fracture
4. D. Tibial spine fracture
5. E. Widening lateral joint space

QUESTION 2 OF 3

You review a young female with the results of her MRI after a twisting knee injury.  You are pleased to see she is now asymptomatic but note that within the lateral compartment of the knee her MRI demonstrates “a minimal meniscal width to maximal tibial width (on coronal slice) of 40%, and a ratio of the sum of the width of both lateral horns to the maximal meniscal diameter (on sagittal slice) of 80%”.

QUESTION ID: 1055

1. A. Discharge to physio
2. B. Discharge with no follow up
3. C. List for arthroscopic meniscal repair
4. D. List for arthroscopic saucerisation
5. E. List for diagnostic arthroscopy

QUESTION 3 OF 3

A 35 year old lady presents with recurrent effusion of knee. MRI shows low signal intensity on both T1 and T2 with a blooming artefact appearance.
Which of the following statements is correct regarding this condition?

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QUESTION ID: 1191

1. Arthroscopic synovectomy gives good clearance in diffuse form of this condition
2. Blood coagulation test results are deranged
3. Histology shows haemosiderin stained multinucleated giant cells
4. Local recurrence of this condition is rare
5. More prevalent in males more than females