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SET T0027 - Emergency Department - Knee Radiographs.

CASE 1

HISTORY

Female age 25. Fell when dancing. Knee is painful.

QUESTION

Do you detect a fracture?

ANSWER

CASE 2

HISTORY

Male. Age 35 years. Cycling when training for a triathlon. Hit by a bus. Pain in the knee. Reduced range of movement. Soft tissue swelling +++.

QUESTION

 

  1. What abnormal features do you detect?
  2. What are your conclusions?

ANSWER

CASE 3

HISTORY

Female aged 42. Fell off a treadmill. Knee pain.

Slightly reduced movement. Patient is weight bearing, but walks with a limp.

QUESTION

Normal or abnormal radiographs?

ANSWER

CASE 4

HISTORY

Female. Age 37. Tripped over a cat. Pain in the knee. Considerable swelling.

QUESTION

Are the soft tissues normal?

Are the bones normal?

ANSWER