Case Report: Sinding-Larsen-Johansson Disease
An 11-year-old female patient presented with pain in the left knee during extension and flexion manoeuvres of the knee following horseback exercises (maximum extension and abduction of the left lower extremity). Based on physical examination, a partial rupture of the left patellar ligament was suspected. In his case report, Axel Goldmann, MD (Orthopedic Center, Erlangen, Germany) describes the MRI findings of this patient with a rarely seen diagnosis.
Clinical Talk: "Why, when and how to image joints in childhood"
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