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Arthroscopy and synovial hemangioma or giant cell tumour of the knee

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A synovial hemangioma was localized in two knees and a xanthomateous giant cell tumour in one knee by arthroscopy. It is concluded, that synovial hemangiomas will be discovered earlier and more frequently by arthroscopy. Intraarticular hemangiomas may be operated at once, but in case of hemangiomas of intermediate type an angiography is recommended.

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Juhl, M., Krebs, B. Arthroscopy and synovial hemangioma or giant cell tumour of the knee. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 108, 250–252 (1989).

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