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Figure 2

From: Arthroscopy vs. MRI for a detailed assessment of cartilage disease in osteoarthritis: diagnostic value of MRI in clinical practice

Figure 2

Sagittal PD-weighted TSE MRI of a 41-year-old male. A defect of more than 50% of the cartilage thickness at the medial femoral condyle is visible (white arrow). This finding is defined as grade 3 disease. A grade 2 disorder as a superficial fibrillation or erosion composing less than 50% of the cartilage was noticed at the tibial medial plateau (black arrow).

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