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Right Knee Injuries with Arthroscopic Surgery
The knee joint presents the following injuries: Grade 1 chondral softening of the patella, patellofemoral hypertrophy of the synovium with synovitis, tear of the cruciate ligament, impaction injury of the femoral condyle and articular surface of the tibia. The arthroscopic surgery shows the ACL being debrided and removal of synovitis using a shaver.