Role of MRI in assessment of patello-femoral derangement in patients with anterior knee pain
. The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine 2016;47(4):1485-92.
As in the case of our patient, the disease commonly presents with anterior knee pain
directly inferior to the patella, (21,35-37) exacerbated by loading of the knee.
Anterior knee pain
accounted for 40% among the same population in an earlier study by these authors.
Sagittal symmetry is important because SI asymmetry has an even stronger correlation with anterior knee pain
than ML asymmetry .
The majority of modern studies [1, 8, 17, 18, 46] did not register significant postoperative anterior knee pain
After surgery our patient returned to his routine activities after 5 days and started running about 10 days later, without anterior knee pain
and without deficit of hyperextension.
Among the lower limb muscles, quadriceps has a main role in implementation of karate techniques and can be susceptible to overtraining addressed by anterior knee pain
. Anterior knee pain
is a common debilitating complaint in athletes and one of the most important differential diagnoses is patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) (1,2).
And anterior knee pain
- patellofemoral pain syndrome - is the most common type.
revealed a statistically significance difference between the level of pain, well-being, and range of motion for patients with anterior knee pain
pre- and postcupping.
Research has shown diminished symptoms of chronic exertional compartment syndrome and anterior knee pain
after a transition to "minimalist running." But, the authors also note that although the change in gait is theorized to decrease injury risk, this concept has not yet been fully supported in clinical study or even observation.
Anterior knee pain
or patellofemoral pain is a common clinical presentation especially in females.
The following report will highlight how athletic injuries may mask pathology, while discussing common sources of anterior knee pain
and detailing tumors of the knee.