- Jan 18, 2020
- United States
Agree with your comment about the TKR vs PKR given what I've read. Really appreciate you sharing all of your details here.This is the conclusion of my MRI findings. The more detailed reporting did talk about some "deep chondral fissures " on the medial and patellofemoral compartments but overall it is reported as moderate arthritis.
Wonder if your Grade 4 in those compartments suggests a lateral PKR might not be enough? I would be asking my surgeon about that and whether the level of arthritis in all three compartments meant a TKR.
Complex tear affecting the anterior horn and body of the lateral meniscus with severe lateral tibiofemoral chondrosis.
Moderate medial tibiofemoral chondrosis affecting the weightbearing medial femoral condyle.
Severe pes anserine bursitis. Semimembranosus bursitis demonstrated in addition and there is a Baker's cyst as described.
Moderate patellofemoral chondrosis.
Large knee joint effusion with synovitis.