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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: A sagittal image of the affected left knee demonstrates the ruptured quadriceps tendon (T) attached to the superior pole of the patella (P). Note the loss of linear fibers of the tendon, which is filled in by an effusion (*) anterior to the distal femur (F

Figure 1: A sagittal image of the affected left knee demonstrates the ruptured quadriceps tendon (T) attached to the superior pole of the patella (P). Note the loss of linear fibers of the tendon, which is filled in by an effusion (*) anterior to the distal femur (F