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- a peripheral radial tear is seen as an oblique band of increased signal intensity within the posterior horn medial meniscus with disruption of both articular surfaces.
- intact anterior horn medial meniscus and lateral menisci.
- a small osteochondral lesion of the lateral aspect of medial femoral condyle is seen with subchondral oedematous marrow changes demonstrating low T1 and high PD FS / STIR signal intensity.
- no articular disruption or loose fragment.
- high grade partial thickness tear of the tibial attachment of the medial collateral ligament.
- intact lateral collateral ligament and cruciate ligaments.
- minimal joint effusion.
- marrow oedema signal of the lateral femoral condyle and posterior tibial plateau with patchy area of low T1 and high STIR signal.