Question of the Week # 407

407)  A 62 year old woman with history of bilateral knee osteoarthritis  presents with complaints of progressively increasing pain of her left knee for the past one week. Her knee hurts more on standing and walking down the stairs. She denies any fever or trauma. She has no other significant medical problems. She takes acetaminophen for her osteoarthritis pain. for urinary problems. On examination, she is afebrile. Left knee is normal with out any swelling, erythema or warmth. There is severe tenderness on the medial aspect of the left leg approximately two inches below her left knee joint. When passively stretched, she has full range of motion with out any pain. Which of the following is the most likely explanation of this patient’s presentation?

A) Anserine Bursitis

B) Pre-Patellar bursitis

C) Medial Meniscus injury

D) Medial Collateral ligament injury

E) Trochanteric bursitis

8 Responses

  1. A

  2. A) Anserine Bursitis

  3. c

  4. A. anserine bursitis (medial pain without swelling)

  5. 2,3cn lower the knee A anserinne

  6. A.

  7. Anserine bursitis

  8. A) Anserine bursitis

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