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  mounika1980 - 01/05/17 02:48
 
  A 15-year-old female cross-country runner presents to your clinic with the chief complaint of knee pain. She
describes a gradual increase in her symptoms during the first 3 weeks of the season. She wants to run varsity
this year and has done extra running and hill training after practice each day. She describes anterior knee pain
in the patellar region with little or no swelling, but complains of crepitus and pain exacerbated by stair
climbing and running.

The most likely diagnosis for the condition described is:
A) Osgood-Schlatter disease.
B) Chondromalacia patellae.
C) Patellofemoral pain syndrome.
D) Femoral stress fracture
 
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  lifesaverdr - 01/06/17 22:19
 
  Chondromalcia and patellofem pain are sometimes syn used so ans can be either B or C

 
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  richa19 - 01/06/17 23:11
 
  Ans c  
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  qikjon - 01/10/17 21:19
 
  CCCC  
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