• Osgood Schlatter disease associated with patellofemoral maltracking, chondrosis

    5 days ago - By Healio

    Adults with a history of Osgood Schlatter disease are at high risk for lateral patellofemoral maltracking and high-grade patellofemoral chondrosis, according to published results.
    From January 2016 to December 2019, researchers from the department of radiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia retrospectively reviewed 10,181 unique non-contrast, non-arthrogram knee MRIs for findings of Osgood Schlatter disease and associated lateral patellofemoral maltracking. Additionally, researchers performed binomial logistic regression to identify predictors of maltracking in
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