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XRAY Knee Osgood Schlatter

Findings: Bone mineralization is normal for age. There is normal alignment. There is mild fragmentation of the tibial tuberosity without significant anterior soft tissue swelling or edema. No acute fracture or dislocation identified. Surrounding soft tissues are otherwise unremarkable. There is no joint effusion. Impression: Mild fragmentation of the tibial tuberosity which may be secondary to normal ossification versus Osgood-Schlatter's disease in the correct clinical setting. No significant anterior soft tissue swelling or edema appreciated. Unremarkable appearance of the patella.