Pain after right knee strain
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There are no fractures at the right knee.
Pictures show regular linear bands of radio-opacity extended vertically from the metaphysis into the diaphysis of the femur, tibia and fibula.
Comparative radiograph prove bilateral alterations.
The findings relate to a rare sclerosing dysplasia called Osteopathia Striata (also known as Voorhoeve disease), a rare benign dysplasia of bone, involving the epiphysis and metaphysis of tubular bones.
Typically asymptomatic and bilateral.
There may be an association with Goltz syndrome.
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