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Figure 1: (a) Axial fat-sat spine-cho proton density magnetic resonance image of the right knee (3000/50) in a 14-year-old female demonstrating a cord-like elevation (arrow) in the medial synovial wall consistent with mediopatellar plica (Sakakibara type A). (b) Associated discoid lateral meniscus (arrow) in the same patient as in (a). Coronal fat-sat spine-cho proton density magnetic resonance image of the right knee (4136/50) demonstrating lateral meniscal body width of more than 15 mm with absent bow tie sign

Figure 1: (a) Axial fat-sat spine-cho proton density magnetic resonance image of the right knee (3000/50) in a 14-year-old female demonstrating a cord-like elevation (arrow) in the medial synovial wall consistent with mediopatellar plica (Sakakibara type A). (b) Associated discoid lateral meniscus (arrow) in the same patient as in (a). Coronal fat-sat spine-cho proton density magnetic resonance image of the right knee (4136/50) demonstrating lateral meniscal body width of more than 15 mm with absent bow tie sign