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Twisting injury a year ago. Persistent medial knee pain and limited range of motion. Tender medial joint line. Meniscal tear?

PD FS Sag (a), Cor (b), Axi (c), Sag (d):  There is a fluid collection containing cartilaginous fragments adjacent to the musculotendinous junction of the popliteus muscle in keeping with popliteus bursal fluid with loose bodies (d). There is soft tissue oedema surrounding the arcuate complex and popliteus tendon (b, c) suggesting low-grade posterolateral corner injury; mild adjacent femoral and tibial bone marrow oedema is also noted (a). There is a partly calcified loose body dorso-medially to the tibial insertion of the posterior cruciate ligament (b). Small Baker’s cyst (c).