A 46-year-old female asked:
My mri reveals ''celery stalk' on right knee joint .i am suffering from pain in whole leg and mri also shows minimal synovial effusion .before two yea?
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Diagnostic Radiology 34 years experience
Celery Stalk: The 'celery stalk' finding on knee MRI is a sign of mucoid degeneration of the ACL. Typically patients present with knee pain or restricted movement, although often other potential causes for the patient's symptoms are found.The pathogenesis remains controversial. Possible etiologies include
age related degeneration, or congenital or acquired synovial tissue entrapment between ACL fibers.
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Last updated Jul 28, 2018
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