Fast Five Quiz: Are You Prepared to Confront Knee Dislocations?

Richard H. Sinert, DO


November 09, 2015

Most often, the affected limb has a gross deformity of the knee, with swelling and immobility, but up to 50% of knee dislocations are reduced by the time of emergency department presentation and may not be obvious.

For more on the presentation of knee dislocations, read here.


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