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Figure 2 (A-D): MRI of the right and the left knees in 2005. Sagittal T2W gradient-echo images of the right (A) and left (B) knees show absence of the anterior horns of the lateral menisci in their normal anterior position, with posterior subluxation (arrows). Increased signal is seen (arrowheads), suggesting mucoid degeneration. Coronal T2W gradient-echo images through the central parts of the right (C) and left (D) knees show absence of the anterior horns (arrows) in the anterior aspects of the lateral compartments

Figure 2 (A-D): MRI of the right and the left knees in 2005. Sagittal T2W gradient-echo images of the right (A) and left (B) knees show absence of the anterior horns of the lateral menisci in their normal anterior position, with posterior subluxation (arrows). Increased signal is seen (arrowheads), suggesting mucoid degeneration. Coronal T2W gradient-echo images through the central parts of the right (C) and left (D) knees show absence of the anterior horns (arrows) in the anterior aspects of the lateral compartments