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Although arthrogenic muscle inhibition is related to a knee extension deficit resulting from an injury, there are few studies about this subject; therefore, it may go underdiagnosed in the orthopedic field.
Based on the patient's history and physical examination, we suspected that the extension deficit resulted from arthrogenic muscle inhibition. A set of exercises was performed, using the technique described by Delaloye et al.
(2009): Effects of cryotherapy on arthrogenic muscle inhibition using an experimental model of knee swelling.