Osgood-Schlatter Disease………..X-Ray Copy

. Please zoom in on the tuberosity and vary the intensity of the hot light and you will notice the fragmentation of the anterior tuberosity ( of note is the absence of fragmentation in the previous film ). This finding in conjunction with clinical findings and history clinches the diagnosis.


Illustration 98 Osgood-Schlatter Disease

Let us now look at common injuries associated with the ankle…

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