Osteochondritis dissecans: knee

Discussion:

Dissecans osteochondritis is a necrosis that affects only a small part, lenticular, the articular cartilage and the corresponding subchondral bone.

The bone is clearly demarcates the osteocartilagineo surrounding tissue to break away and become "free" in the 'articulation (called joint mice).

Dissecans osteochondritis occurs mainly in adolescence and is initially asymptomatic; as an adult, you have the first signs of pain and limitation of joint movement.

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