Radiological Mimics of Popliteal Cysts : An Algorithmic Approach Using US and MRI to Identify the Potentially Malignant Lesions : Case Series

Background: Popliteal cysts are common and present as asymptomatic lumps in the medial popliteal fossa. Some have complex internal characteristics such as septa and loose-bodies. However, not all are popliteal cysts and can be aggressive. These lesions need to be differentiated by the absence of the communicating neck with the joint on ultrasound. Presence… (More)