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(SAE07HK.73) Figures 43a and 43b show the T1- and T2-weighted MRI scans of a 78-year-old woman who reports the sudden atraumatic onset of well-localized medial knee pain. Pain is worse at night and also occurs with weight-bearing activity. What is the most likely diagnosis? Review Topic

QID: 6033
FIGURES:
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Complex regional pain syndrome

1%

(1/72)

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Osteoarthritis

19%

(14/72)

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Osteosarcoma

1%

(1/72)

4

Osteonecrosis

64%

(46/72)

5

Inflammatory arthritis

4%

(3/72)

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(SAE07HK.66) During cemented total hip arthroplasty, peak pulmonary embolization of marrow contents occurs when the Review Topic

QID: 6026
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hip is dislocated.

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femoral neck is osteotomized.

0%

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acetabulum is prepared.

1%

(1/95)

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acetabular component is inserted.

0%

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femoral stem is inserted.

99%

(94/95)

ML 1

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