Patient assessment of treatment following knee

Abstract

It is the knee joint which provides orthopaedic surgeons with the greatest problem in respect of diagnosis. Not without valid reason has the knee been labelled a 'diagnostic minefield'1 and few other joint injuries cause athletes such concern2. With the recognized maturity of the sports injury clinic set up at Belfast City Hospital in 19813, a questionnaire… (More)

Topics

2 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Kernohan2005PatientAO, title={Patient assessment of treatment following knee}, author={George Kernohan and Elizabeth Dowey MRCPt}, year={2005} }