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Figure 1: MRI of the patient; sagittal T1W (a), sagittal T2W (b), sagittal T2W fat suppressed (c), axial T2W fat suppressed (d) and coronal T1W fat suppressed postcontrast (e) showing a well-defined lobulated solid enhancing mass above the lateral femoral condyle. No other associated lesion or any other significant pathology is seen within the knee joint.

Figure 1: MRI of the patient; sagittal T1W (a), sagittal T2W (b), sagittal T2W fat suppressed (c), axial T2W fat suppressed (d) and coronal T1W fat suppressed postcontrast (e) showing a well-defined lobulated solid enhancing mass above the lateral femoral condyle. No other associated lesion or any other significant pathology is seen within the knee joint.