Soft tissue knee injury with concomitant osteochondral fracture is associated with higher degree of acute joint inflammation.

@article{Swrd2014SoftTK,
  title={Soft tissue knee injury with concomitant osteochondral fracture is associated with higher degree of acute joint inflammation.},
  author={Per Sw{\"a}rd and Andr{\'e} Struglics and Martin Englund and Harald P. Roos and Richard B Frobell},
  journal={The American journal of sports medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={1096-102}
}
BACKGROUND Osteochondral fractures are often seen on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of acutely injured knees, but their existence has gained little interest because of a lack of knowledge of their relation to treatment options and outcome. It is not clear whether acute phase synovial fluid (SF) concentrations of cartilage and bone markers and… CONTINUE READING