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Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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A vast majority of tibial plateau fractures are associated with soft-tissue injuries, including soft-tissue envelope around the knee and intra-articular soft-tissue injuries in different patterns.
Intra-articular ganglion cysts of the knee do not have specific symptoms and the symptoms depend on their size and location within the knee joint (7-13).
Intra-articular neurofibroma: an unusual source of anterior knee pain.
Keywords: Intra-articular injections, hyaluronic acid, experimental arthritis, infectious arthritis, osteoarthritis
presenting after 6 weeks, the fracture is consolidated, bony union is achieved and original fracture line is difficult to recreate, hence the treatment of these malunions is intra-articular osteotomies particularly in young, active individuals or the salvage procedures (limited carpal arthrodesis, total wrist arthrodesis, proximal row carpectomy, wrist denervation, and wrist arthroplasty) for individual with severe cartilage degeneration, low functionl demand and elderly.
Disruption of glucose control following intra-articular glucocorticoid injections is a problem for patients with diabetes mellitus," says Dr.
Patients with Swanson's type-2, associated neurovascular injury, intra-articular fractures and fractures with tendon injuries were excluded.
In efforts to determine whether a true mechanical block to motion was present, aspiration of the knee was performed, and intra-articular lidocaine was administered.
It can be classified into 2 types: intra-articular adhesion type and extra-articular adhesion type.
Data from the Military Health System Data Repository (MDR) show that clinical practice is often out of step with guidelines, as many patients are treated with intra-articular corticosteroid injections rather than physical therapy.

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