These images, taken 7 months apart, show the left knee that has been causing a 45-year-old woman to endure substantial pain for a very long time.
The one at left shows subtle densities that are more conspicuous on the later image, at right, with a serpiginous, well defined, sclerotic border.
Hand radiographs show ulnar subluxation of the metacarpophalaneal joints, without erosion.
What would you look for on MRI? What diagnosis would you predict?
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