How should you approach this 24-year-old's knee case?

This 24-year-old reports for a knee MRI. She reports no injury, but her knee is misaligned and pain is worse with activity.

How should you approach this 24-year-old's knee case?

This 24-year-old reports for a knee MRI. She reports no injury, but her knee is misaligned and pain is worse with activity.

Anatomy is king (or queen) in this wrist case

This 45-year-old male has pain around the scaphoid after an accident.

Why does this 39-year-old man have a lump on his finger?

This 39-year-old man presents with a lump on his index finger and pain. He has a history of a pinching injury one year ago, so what would be your differential diagnosis of the mass indicated by the arrows? What would be your final diagnosis?

Why does this 11-year-old have a moving toe lump?

This 11-year-old female presents with a lump on the third digit of her foot that has been present for more than a year. The lump is mobile on exam, and is not growing or causing pain. She has no history of surgery or trauma.

How does this 61-year-old's wrist diagnosis differ from a young athlete's?

This 61-year-old male has wrist pain. What is the clinical diagnosis based on MRI? What is the most common symptomatic extensor compartment in a 61-year-old? What is the most common symptomatic extensor compartment for a 25-year-old active person?

Why is this 18-year-old having foot pain?

This 18-year-old female presents with a palpable soft tissue mass subjacent to the first metatarsophalangeal (MP) joint that she has noticed for 1-2 months. It is painful with shoes and ambulation, and you are evaluating her for a soft tissue tumor. What is the cause of her problem, and what pertinent negatives must you notice?

What abnormality (that often produces a labral tear) is seen in this patient?

The three axial oblique images in this 43-year-old with hip pain demonstrate an abnormality. What are the associated potential imaging findings that might accompany this abnormality?

What does the alpha angle suggest in this hip?

You are shown two MRI images. One is a standard orthogonal coronal with a line through it. This shows the angle of acquisition to evaluate the alpha angle. The second image is the axial oblique with the lines used for alpha angle measurement. Questions:

What sport has a squeeze play? And where is the squeeze play on this cardiac MRI?

BASEBALL!

The squeeze play is seen in baseball. It's used when a batter bunts the ball in an attempt to bring his teammate on third base home to score a run. It is an exciting play, as the team initiating it is often looking for a tying or winning run late in a close game.

Elbow: No known injury-but missing component of lateral stabilizers

This 65-year-old presents for an elbow MRI with no known injury. Can you name the components of lateral stabilizers and what is missing? Let the arrows be your clue.

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