Knee Joint Anatomy

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Knee Injection

In Plane Knee Injection

Housemaid's knee

Prepatellar bursitis

Lateral Collateral Ligament

Iliotibial Band Syndrome

  • Lateral knee pain 
  • 1-2 cm above lateral knee joint
  • Worse with running downhill and activity
  • Lateral synovial recess inflammation from ITB rubbing against epicondyle 

Iliotibial Band Syndrome


  • Limb length discrepancy

  • Genu Varum

  • Overpronation

  • Hip Adductor Weakness

MR findings of ITB syndrome

  • Ill-defined signal abnormality within the fatty soft tissues interposed between the ITB and lateral femoral condyle

  • Low signal on T1 and high on T2 weighted sequences, in keeping with edema/fluid.


DDx- Lateral meniscus tear, lateral collateral injury

  • Physical Therapy

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Text length of individual points can be shorter or longer depending on your needs

  • Steroid injeciton

  • Surgery

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and Interesting Articles

  • Sato M, Watari T. Housemaid's Knee (Prepatellar Septic Bursitis). Cureus. 2020 Sep 11;12(9):e10398. doi: 10.7759/cureus.10398. PMID: 33062518; PMCID: PMC7549991.
  • Hadeed A, Tapscott DC. Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome. [Updated 2022 May 30]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2022 Jan-. Available from:


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