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Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. US (Medison, Sonoace X4, 3.5 MHz Probe) of the knee shows fluid filled suprapatellar pouch and calcified loose bodies.

Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. Axial CT scan of the right knee done without contrast. GE-CT Pace Plus (120 KV, 200 mAs) showing fluid within the distended suprapatellar pouch, small calcified loose bodies and synovial calcification.

Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. (Philips 1.5 T) T1W MRI axial Scan (TR=926, TE=11) shows fluid filled suprapatellar pouch along with loose bodies.

Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. (Philips 1.5 T) T1W MRI coronal Scan (TR=926, TE=11) shows fluid filled suprapatellar pouch along with loose bodies.

Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. (Philips 1.5 T) Gadolinium enhanced T1W MRI axial Scan (TR=926, TE=11) shows enhancing inflamed synovial lining and fluid within suprapatellar pouc..

Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. Gadolinium enhanced coronal T1W MRI (TR=617, TE=11) (Philips 1.5 T) showing enhancing inflamed synovial lining.

Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. (Philips 1.5 T) Gadolinium enhanced T1W MRI sagittal Scan (TR=926, TE=11) shows enhancing inflamed synovial lining and fluid within suprapatellar pouch.

Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. (Philips 1.5 T) T2W axial MRI (TR=3000, TE=101) scan shows distended fluid filled suprapatellar pouch. Loose bodies are also seen as hyperintense lesions with hypointese rims.

Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. (Philips 1.5 T) T2W coronal MRI (TR=3000, TE=101) scan shows distended fluid filled suprapatellar pouch. Loose bodies are also seen as hyperintense lesions with hypointese rims.

Click 31 year old Female with Primary synovial osteochondromatosis (PSC) of the suprapatellar pouch. (Philips 1.5 T) T2W sagittal MRI (TR=3000, TE=101) scan shows distended fluid filled suprapatellar pouch. Loose bodies are also seen as hyperintense lesions with hypointese rims.