A 13-year-old boy presented to the orthopedic clinic with a 1-week history of bilateral knee pain. He was active in sports and participated in long jump. Examination of the right knee showed mild soft-tissue swelling and tenderness over the tibial tubercle, and a taut quadriceps muscle; the exam of the left knee was normal. Plain radiographs of both knees were done. What is the likely diagnosis? A) Hoffa’s syndrome B) Patellar tendon avulsion C) Pes anserine bursitis D) Osteomyelitis of the proximal tibia E) Osgood–Schlatter disease

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SUGGESTIVE OF E... OSGOOD - SCHIATTER DISEASE

Ans. E Osgood schlatter disease

E.Osgood-Schlatter disease

E ) is rt

E. Osgood schlatter disease. Fragmented sclerosed tibial tubercle.

E Osgood schlatter disease Rest for few weeks Analgesics Chymoral

THIS IS A CASE OF OSGOOD SCLATTER DS WITH FRAGMENTED TIBIAL TUBERCLE

D osteomyelitis of proximal tibia

Thanx dr Dinesh Gupta
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D osteomyelitis of proximal tibia

E) Osgood - Schlatter disease

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