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Ultrasound evaluation of fluid in knee recesses at varying degrees of flexion

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  • P Mandl
  • M Brossard
  • P Aegerter
  • M Backhaus
  • G A Bruyn
  • I Chary-Valckenaere
  • A Iagnocco
  • E Filippucci
  • J Freeston
  • F Gandjbakhch
  • S Jousse-Joulin
  • I Möller
  • E Naredo
  • W A Schmidt
  • M. Szkudlarek
  • L Terslev
  • R J Wakefield
  • A Zayat
  • M A D'Agostino
  • P V Balint
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Various methods are utilized in daily practice to obtain optimal information on effusion in the knee. Our aim is to investigate which scanning position provides the best information about synovial fluid in the knee by using ultrasound and to evaluate the magnitude of difference for measuring synovial fluid in 3 major recesses (suprapatellar, medial parapatellar, and lateral parapatellar) of the knee according to various degrees of flexion.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftArthritis Care & Research
Vol/bind64
Udgave nummer5
Sider (fra-til)773-9
Antal sider7
ISSN2151-464X
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StatusUdgivet - 2012

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