Knee pain. Medial meniscal tear suspected.
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Superficially to distal insertion of patellar tendon, a circumscribed fluid collection with dimensions 36 x 10 x 34 mm with the single septa within.
Horizontal tear in posterior horn and body of medial meniscus reaching the tibial joint surface.
A moderate amount of fluid in the suprapatellar recess.
Described findings are consistent with infrapatellar bursitis also called clergyman's knee.
There are two types of infrapatellar bursae: superficial and deep localized respectively: anterior and posterior in relation to the patellar tendon.