Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by bb100, May 5, 2013.
Re: lower extremity
swelling anterior to rt. patella....it cud be cellulitis of the overlying skin, but since it seems perfectly contained...i go with pre-patellar bursitis
the rest of the areas around the patella and the joint line seems ok ( from what can b seen )
the lt. knee in comparison seems to be normally oriented with, with no joint or soft tissue effusions
Correct diagnosis repatellar bursittis
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