Dr. R. P. H. Veth

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Pigmented villonodular synovitis is a benign disease of the synovial membrane of joints, tendon sheaths, or bursae, which nevertheless can cause marked local destruction. Its diagnosis is often delayed because complaints and symptoms are nonspecific. Familiarity with the disease may ensure an earlier diagnosis and consequently early onset of therapy, which(More)
A rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament will give rise to the signs and symptoms of anterolateral instability after secondary insufficiency of the lateral capsule and the iliotibial tract have developed. Untreated knee instability predispose to meniscal lesions, chondromalacia, and osteoarthritis of the knee. Other reasons for reconstruction are the(More)
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