Haemophilic arthropathy - knee
A known case of haemophilia with acute swelling of the left knee
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Periarticular osteoporosis and epiphyseal enlargement are seen at left knee radiograph with widened intercondylar notch. There is also evidence of joint effusion in favour of hemarthrosis.
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The findings are consistent with haemophilic arthropathy of the left knee.
( Stage II - Arnold-Hilgartner classification )