I am a 28-year-old male, weight around 78 kg and have been having soreness on my left anterior knee for the last three to four months (not an accident or anything just started getting sore). I finally got an MRI and was told the following (but I do not really understand the terminology).
Findings are the ACL and PCL are intact. The medial and lateral menisci are intact. There is no major chondral wear in the femorotibial compartment. The extensor mechanism of the knee is intact. There is edema in the superolateral Hoffa's fat pad indicating patellar maltracking and fat pad impingement. There is no major patellofemoral chondral wear. There is a small joint effusion. The conclusion was no meniscal tear, features of patellar maltracking. Small joint effusion. Can someone please tell me if this means anything serious? My physiotherapist told me nothing to worry about but I do not understand what was said in the findings?