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Symptomatic enlarged fabella
  1. Filon Agathangelidis1,
  2. Themistoklis Vampertzis2,
  3. Erato Gkouliopoulou1,
  4. Stergios Papastergiou2
  1. 1General Hospital of Veria, Veria, Greece
  2. 2Orthopaedics Department, Agios Pavlos General Hospital of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
  1. Correspondence to Filon Agathangelidis, fagath{at}

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A male patient aged 20 years presented to our outpatient department reporting of a 2-year history of right knee discomfort associated with snapping episodes, especially when moving from a seated to a standing position. His medical history was unremarkable and there was no history of trauma. The oblique radiograph of the knee revealed a large ossified structure at the posterolateral corner (figure 1). Routine blood tests, erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C reactive protein were within normal limits. MRI of the knee showed the large ossified structure within the lateral head of …

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