By Vicente Sanchis-Alfonso
Clinically orientated and richly illustrated, this e-book presents whole suggestions at the surgical and non-surgical administration of the anterior knee ache syndrome and is aimed toward orthopedic surgeons, activities drugs practitioners, knee experts and actual therapists.
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We have also seen patients treated for a meniscal injury who really had isolated symptomatic PFM. In this connection it is important to point out that McMurray’s test, traditionally associated with meniscal pathology, can lead to a medial-lateral displacement of the patella and also cause pain in patients with PFM. Finally, it is worrying to see how many patients are referred to outpatient orthopedic surgery practices in our hospitals with an MRI-based diagnosis of a tear in the posterior horn of the medial meniscus who during clinical examination present with anterior knee pain and no meniscal symptoms.
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Anterior knee pain and patellar instability by Vicente Sanchis-Alfonso