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Klinische Untersuchung des Kniegelenks

  • F. T. Ballmer
  • C. R. Fraitzl

Zusammenfassung

Durch eine ausführliche Anamneseerhebung und eine sorgfältige klinische Untersuchung kann eine überwiegende Mehrzahl von extra- und intraartikulären pathoanatomischen Läsionen erfasst werden. Dies erlaubt eine Arbeitsdiagnose aufzustellen, die als Basis für die sich anschließende, gezielte bildgebende Abklärung dient.

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  • F. T. Ballmer
  • C. R. Fraitzl

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