Published in Medical Imaging Business Week, September 10th, 2009
"At arthroscopy, a large focal cartilaginous defect of the femoral head with synovitis was seen and synovial biopsy confirmed the diagnosis. Arthroscopic debridement of the lesion, synovectomy and non-weight bearing for 6 weeks resulted in relief of symptoms. Transient synovitis is a common diagnosis in young children, but the extent of damage to the femoral head has not been previously described,"...
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