Dr Hafiz Muhammad Makhdoom Zahid, Dr Gulbdin, Dr Sunnia Shams
Osteoarthritis is a typical degenerative musculoskeletal infection profoundly predominant in maturing social orders around the world. Customarily, knee OA is analyzed utilizing traditional radiography. Be that as it may, basic changes of articular ligament or menisci can't be legitimately assessed utilizing this strategy. Again, ultrasound is a promising tool to provide precise evidence on the delicate degeneration of tissue. The purpose of our research was to efficiently determine whether to perform a half-quantitative ultrasound review of the knee femoral articular ligament, even osteophytes, meniscal removal, and a radiographic assessment of the narrowing of the joints and osteophytes. For the review 80 asymptomatic and 78 suspicious subjects were recalled with a mean period of 55.9 years. Ultrasound performed best in the appraisal of femoral average what's more, sidelong osteophytes, and average meniscal expulsion. Our current research was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. In contrast to radiography, ultrasound has given better results, or at least as good, for the identification of femorotibial osteophytes, average meniscal expulsion and average morphological degeneration of the femoral ligaments. Ultrasonography provides additional demonstrative data applicable to explicit morphological changes in tissues not delineated by traditional radiography. Thus, the use of ultrasound as an imaging device correlative to radiography can enable more accurate and cost-effective diagnosis of knee OA at the level of essential medical care.