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CASE OF THE DAY

A 59-year-old man with a known history of acute myelocytic leukemia post bone marrow transplant presents with acute left knee pain following a fall while skiing. The pain is dull, constant, and causes difficulty in ambulation and increases with knee extension. As a result, an MRI of the left lower extremity joint without contrast is ordered to rule out meniscal or ligamental injury.

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