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Phoenix Diagnostic Clinic

Trochlear dysplazia

 MR imaging of trochlear dysplazia

– Femoral troachlear dysplazia = abnormality of the shape and depth of the trochlear groove mainly in the cranial part

– Leads to pattelar instability and anterior knee pain

– Diagnosis
  Lateral X-Ray:
– crossing sign=floor of the groove crosses the anterior line of the lateral femoral condyle
– the ventral prominence > 3 mm=distance between a line anterior to the femoral shaft and a parallel tangent to the most anterior point of the trochlear floor.



X-Ray trochlear dysplazia
Trochlear dysplazia

Normal knee
Normal knee
Dysplazia - Click to enlarge!
Dysplazia   (Click to enlarge!)

Pfirrmann et al. Radiology 2000;216:858

 MR imaging of trochlear dysplazia
 
MR imaging of trochlear dysplazia

Diagnosis axial MR:
At 3 cm above joint space
Trochlear depth =([a + b]/2) - c

Cut-off 3 mm

Pfirrmann et al. Radiology 2000;216:858
MR imaging of trochlear dysplazia




Differentials trochlear dysplasia:

Patellar instability

Patella alta

Medial retinaculum
MR imaging of trochlear dysplazia
Clinical symptoms
Anterior knee pain syndrome


Frequent causesUncommon causes

Pattelar instability

Referred pain from the hip

Pattelar tendinopathy

Osteochondritis dissecans

Synovial plica

Tumors

Patellar bursitis

Perthes’ disease

Quadriceps tendinopathy

Fracture

Bipartite patella

Osgood-Schlatter disease

Sinding-Larsen-Johansson syndrome

Postoperative impingement

Fat pad impingement

Hyperactivity


Inflammation Hoffa - Click to enlarge!

Chondromalcia - Click to enlarge!
Chondromalcia
Inflammation Hoffa    Click to enlarge!
Synovitis - Click to enlarge!
Ostheonecrosis - Click to enlarge!
Ostheonecrosis
Synovitis                       Click to enlarge!

September 3, 2009

Phoenix Diagnostic Clinic, Bucharest
  

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