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Figure 7: (a) Medial patellar plica (Sakakibara type A) in a 20-year-old young adult male. Axial fat-sat spin-echo proton density (3000/50) magnetic resonance image demonstrating a thin, hypointense line (arrow) originating from the medial wall of the right knee joint. (b) Diagnosis of mediopatellar plica (star) on arthroscopy demonstrating plica reaching the joint space, exfoliates, or an indentation like wear

Figure 7: (a) Medial patellar plica (Sakakibara type A) in a 20-year-old young adult male. Axial fat-sat spin-echo proton density (3000/50) magnetic resonance image demonstrating a thin, hypointense line (arrow) originating from the medial wall of the right knee joint. (b) Diagnosis of mediopatellar plica (star) on arthroscopy demonstrating plica reaching the joint space, exfoliates, or an indentation like wear