osteochondral fracture || Chinmay Gupte

An osteochondral fracture is a break in the bone and cartilage within a joint, often due to trauma. Commonly affecting the knee, ankle, or elbow, symptoms include pain, swelling, joint instability, and limited movement. Diagnosis typically involves imaging studies. Treatment ranges from rest and immobilization to surgical repair, depending on the severity and location of the fracture.