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A 10-year-old boy injured his left elbow during football practice. He subsequently had pain with normal range of motion of the elbow. He had minimal tenderness over his olecranon but no joint swelling, bruising, or palpable mass

A slip on the grass sidelined a young football player 6 weeks after he sustained a complete tear of his medial collateral ligament. Learn how he added insult to the injury.

The woman who stands on this foot has bilateral hallux valgus deformities, but there are other problems with her feet which are causing pain.

A 45-year-old Hispanic male physician, a nonsmoker, presented with crippling, nonerosive, seropositive, symmetrical polyarticular arthritis that involved his wrists, hands, elbows, knees, and feet.

A 23-year-old woman who reported experiencing direct trauma to her right knee on a hard surface 3 months earlier was admitted to the arthroscopy unit with complaints of decreased range of motion (flexion, 90°; extension, 75°) and intractable pain.

A 52-year-old man with long-standing seropositive, erosive rheumatoid arthritis (RA) presented to our clinic with a mass on his left elbow (left). He had noticed it 2 years earlier—the mass had been painless, but it had gradually increased in size.

For 2 months, a 29-year-old man had pain and circular, soft swelling (7 x 7 cm in diameter) over the anterior left knee, superficial to the patellar ligament. Pain was minimal and associated with extension and flexion).

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